DivFix++
DivFix++
0.34

5.0

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DivFix++0.34

17 October 2009

AVI video repair and preview utility.

Overview

DivFix++ is an AVI video repair and preview utility. Specialy developed for downloading files from internet. It can repair files which are downloading from emule, ed2k, ftp or any other download tool.

What's new in DivFix++

Version 0.34: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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How would you rate DivFix++ app?

3 Reviews of DivFix++

Stormchild
29 December 2008
Version: 0.31

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I need a tool like this from time to time, but I have never been able to get DivFix++ to do anything for me. It always complains that the file is not a valid AVI. I've tossed a few dozen AVIs at it, and it never works. I always end up resorting to ffmpegX's "Fix" tool, which works about 50% of the time. Sadly, VLC is often able to repair broken AVI headers, but it *will not save the repaired file*, so you have to allow it to "repair" the video every time you open it. How stupid is that.
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Cortig
17 October 2009
Version: 0.33
The application has been working flawlessly for me. It is the fastest tool I've found to fix poorly-put together DivX and it has done a stellar job for me so far. BTW, the application is donationware. I am always amazed (in the bad sense) to see how few people donate :-\
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Cyann
26 June 2009
Version: 0.32
Why did you take off my review, it's not fair at all. I said that the download didn't get to 0.32 but still 0.31.
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Stormchild
29 December 2008
Version: 0.31
I need a tool like this from time to time, but I have never been able to get DivFix++ to do anything for me. It always complains that the file is not a valid AVI. I've tossed a few dozen AVIs at it, and it never works. I always end up resorting to ffmpegX's "Fix" tool, which works about 50% of the time. Sadly, VLC is often able to repair broken AVI headers, but it *will not save the repaired file*, so you have to allow it to "repair" the video every time you open it. How stupid is that.
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