Date Added:Jul. 30, 2003
Price:Free to try (10-day trial); $40.00 to buy
Downloads Last Week:50
Non so far.
Virus detection during installation. I could not fix the video. Trial version is too limited to evaluate the application. Lack of transparency on the trial period.
Very careful with this application. Bad intentions behind.
none at all as it is a virus
contains a virus... do not download
filled with virus, do not download
didn't work on 5 of 5 broken AVIs
I can't find any thing to add here.
It failed to fix an AVI file of 4 GiB.
They do not allow you to check for errors in trial.
Trial is useless.
Design and Graphics are bad.
The price is high compared to the above.
It Failed to fix what the free VirtualDub Succeeded in.
In its trial version does not cost the price.
I downloaded the trial version via CNET. the trial version fixed the problem with an AVI file quickly and effortlessly.
20 minutes after downloading and running the fix, McAfee discovered and deleted a backdoor trojan (BackDoor-AWQ.blehg).
Somebody might want to clean up the download so others don't get hit by the virus.
i had a video file that while filming, got too big for my camera(700+mb) and it corrupted the file so it wouldnt play back on the camera for windows media player. this program fixed it in about 15 seconds.
only that its a trial, so you can only use it for a limited time, and you cant use the check function
worked like it was supposed to. i would recommend it to a friend
Updated on Jul 26, 2011
I could find nothing to like about this software.
I let it run overnight to see if it would fix one video that seems to have a damaged audio track, and the program just hung at the point where the video was "broken" and went no further.
Maybe the problems I experienced are unique to me, but based on my experience I wouldn't recommend this product to anyone.
fixed my video that was not playing,a rare michael jordan game.
nothing to say .
i like this product
Reply by green72p on November 26, 2010
Hi mate sorry to come into your Spectrum and reply to you, that you haven't anything sad to speak about! Sorry you do now! Because Video fixer has an Trojan on it I done a scan on my PC and my software is telling me that Video Fixer has an Trojan in the Downloaded Software, so to Cnet.com this isn't good letting bad software get into the Public Spectrum! So to the Public here is something here you could do to remove the Trojan run a deep scan with your Virus Software your using and if it doesn't find the Trojan on your computer when using Video Fixer from link site's from Cnet.com and Download.com, try updating your software and do a deep scan again and if it still doesn't find the Trojan that mean's that you are going to have too try to find an new Anti-virus App a free one or buy one if you would like too but your going to have too remove the Anti-virus software your using now Its not finding bad files in Software. Because Video Fixer does hold a Trojan file embedded inside it.
None that I could find
What a dog ! I tried several files (.wmv, .avi) and it says "files have been fixed" but they are not fixed. Waste of time.
It promises but...
...I can't use it. Counter Spy, the best antispyware program of 2007 according to CNET, reported a Trojan and deleted the file.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.video-fixer.com|
|Release Date||July 30, 2003|
|Date Added||July 30, 2003|
|Subcategory||Video Editing Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||50|
|License Model||Free to try|