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  1. Hi guys, i'm using SimpleScreenRecorder with Ubuntu.
    I moved my recording (an mp4 file) from "video" folder to a pendrive before saving it.
    Now I have an unusable mp4 file of 150 mb.
    Fortunately, few minutes before, i made another screen recording with the same settings and it works fine.
    Do you think it's possible to recover the compromised file too?
    I tried a lot of methods with no results.
    I can easily upload both files to a dropbox account and send you the url.
    Thanks in advance for the reply
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    You can upload the file here directly,there's a 500mb limit.Just upload the file that doesn't play.
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  3. Simple Screen Recorder has always worked for me and produced compliant mp4 files, I use it for recording most of my on-line conferences. It doesn't have a full audio mixer unfortunately but otherwise I find it fine. I suspect you have a problem copying it to the pen drive. Have you by chance copied it to a drive for which you do not have access permissions?

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  4. My mistake was that i moved my mp4 file from PC folder to a pendrive before saving the project on Simple Screen Recorder.
    After that I turned off the PC and I got into trouble.
    The unusable mp4 file is attached here.
    Thanks a lot!
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  5. Sorry, the attach is here
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  6. You may be able to recover that video with Remo Repair Mov. The unregistered demo version saves the entire video in its $tp folder while running. You can copy it out of there before closing the program.
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  7. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    You may be able to recover that video with Remo Repair Mov. The unregistered demo version saves the entire video in its $tp folder while running. You can copy it out of there before closing the program.
    Thanks for your suggestion.
    Unfortunately it doesn't work
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