QuickTime is Apple’s multiplatform, multimedia technology for handling video, sound, animation, graphics, texts and music. If you are using a Macintosh, you should be able to play all of these files since QuickTime is included with every Mac computers. The most recent version, QuickTime X, is currently available on Mac OS X Snow Leopard and newer versions of Mac OS.

AVI stands for Audio Video Interleave. The AVI files built with different combination of audio and video codec’s. A codec (Compressor/DECompressor) tell the computer how to decode the audio and video tracks that have been encoded within the .avi files. QuickTime player can use numerous codecs by default. When these AVI files are disturbed due to numerous reasons, they may get damaged. In such situations, the QuickTime player which always used to play the AVI file smoothly, refuses to open it.

The AVI file may be your personal video shoot with family or friends or it may be your loving music, which you may not get from anywhere else. Is your AVI file not playing in QuickTime on Mac? In such case, do not crack your head much. You can now fix AVI video not playing on QT, easily with the help of reliable Repair AVI Mac tool. This tool is also capable of repairing broken AVI files easily and make them playable once again.

Reasons behind AVI file corruption on Mac:

Whatever may be the problem with AVI files, you can effortlessly fix avi video not playing on QT, with the help of this excellent repair AVI Mac software on all versions of Mac OS X like Yosemite, Mavericks, Lion, Mountain Lion, etc.

Key Features of Repair AVI Mac:

Steps to repair AVI File not Playing in QuickTime:

Step 1: Get the trial version of Repair AVI Mac tool and set up installation on the hard disk of your Mac OS computer. Now, run the software and click on "Browse” button to choose corrupt AVI files and then click on “Repair” button to repair AVI file errors as shown in Figure 1.

AVI File not Playing in QuickTime - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: As soon as you click on repair button, it gets enabled and starts scanning the AVI file to fix AVI file issues as shown in Figure 2.

AVI File not Playing in QuickTime - Scanning Screen

Figure 2: Scanning Screen

Step 3: Once done with the repairing process, you can preview the repaired AVI file in a separate screen and then save your repaired AVI files to your desired location on Mac as shown in Figure 3.

AVI File not Playing in QuickTime - Save Repaired Files

Figure 3: Save Repaired Files