Mountain View, California – Remo Software, a leading software app provider for Windows and Macintosh OS has announced the launch of Remo Repair AVI, a new Mac application for repairing corrupt or damaged avi, xvid and divx file formats. With the launch of this innovative application, the company has introduced a robust solution for converting unusable Avi, Divx, Xvid files into usable ones.
When an avi file goes corrupt it causes the audio / video stream to go out of sync. This is characterized by problems like soundless picture, picture less sound, still picture with sound playing, pixilated images, split picture all of which make viewing impossible. The solution to the problem lies in addressing issues related to codec, corrupted frames or bad AVI index. Remo Repair AVI has been built to analyze the root cause of damage, decrypt it and fix it in quick time. Its powerful algorithm repairs and integrates the audio/video error seamlessly to ensure uninterrupted continuity.
“Problems related to downloaded avi files are not new. To date, there has been no proper solution to this.” said Omer Faiyaz, the CEO of Remo Software. “Remo Repair AVI provides a long standing solution to this age-old problem. Its strength lies in its easy-to-use interface and quick turn-around time. No matter what the cause of corruption is, a user is just a couple of clicks away from renovating their avi file” he added.
The most reassuring feature of this application is its preview section. It provides users a before-hand view of the restored file. Remo Repair AVI is available both for Windows and Mac users, and can be purchased at Remo Software’s official Website. For more information, please visit Remo Software online.
Remo Software is a privately held company backed with several years of experience in developing PC Software Utilities. The company develops software utilities for Windows and Macintosh which enable users to Recover, Manage and Optimize their PC and Drive performance. Copyright (C) 2012 Remo Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.