User Guide to iMyFone UltraRepair

Here is a tutorial on how to use iMyFone UltraRepair to repair your corrupted, blurry, pixiated, unsupported videos, photos and files. Read on to see how it works.


Part 1. Launch iMyFone UltraRepair

iMyFone UltraRepair is dedicated to repair a large number of damaged or corrupted videos and photos, no matter what format those media files are. Besides, the size and amount of files are not restricted.

You can repair damaged videos and photos within 3 simple steps.

Step 1. Click "Add video" to upload the video you want to repair

add video to repair

Step 2. Start the repair process and wait for a while.

start to repair

Step 3. Choose the storage place and save the repaired media file.

save repaird files


Part 2. Repair Videos on Windows

1. Add Damaged or Corrupted Video

Step 1: Firstly, upload the broken video to UltraRepair. Click on the video icon saying "Please add video(s) and start repairing" or "Add video" button.

The program supports MP4, MKV, FLV, MXF, AVI, MTS and M2TS video formats. It can repair several videos of different formats at the same time.

add videos to repair

Step 2: Once the uploading process is finished, you will get the file name, size, length and resolution of the damaged videos on the user interface.

upload damaged videos

Step 3: Click on "Repair" to start the process. When the repair process is done, a pop-up window will show that your videos have been repaired successfully, and it's optional to save the videos to your computer.

repairing videos

Step 4: Now you can save specific video or all the repaired videos by clicking on "Save" or "Save All". Also remember to choose the storage path before finally save the videos.

save repaired videos

2.Advanced Repair - Sample Video to Help

Step 1: If the video has been badly damaged and cannot be easily repaired, please choose "Advanced Repair".

Click on the file icon and add a valid sample video. The sample video should be a playable video and needs to be in the same format as the corrupted file. Advanced repair will use the information of sample video and repair the damaged one.

add sample video files

Step 2: It will automatically detect whether your video could be used in advanced repair or not.

detect video can be used in advanced repair or not

Step 3: After the calibration process, close the pop-up window and click on "Advanced Repair". It needs a while.

start the advanced repair process

Once the advanced repair is done, "Save" the repaired video.

save advanced repair video files

Step 4: If your damaged video still cannot be repaired in advanced repair mode, please fill the problem report and send the damaged video to us through email. Or you can contact our customer service, we will try our best to help repair your damaged videos.

contact customer service for further repair


Part 3. Repair Photos/Pictures on Windows

1. Repair Damaged Photos

Step 1: Choose "Photo Repair" from the left pannel. Click on the picture icon or "Add photo" button to upload pictures need to be repaired.

Photo Repair supports JPG, JPEG and GIF photo formats. It can repair several photos of different formats at the same time.

Many problems can be fixed including pixelated or grey image, and wrong colors also. Once loaded, you will see the thumbnail and other information of the photo, such as the size, resolution, etc.

add photos to repair

Step 2: Click on "Repair" and wait till the process is done. It will inform you the result after the whole process.

repairing photos

Step 3: Save the repaired photos to the place you want.

save repaired photos

2. Advanced Repair - Add Sample Photo

Step 1: Turn to "Advanced Repair" once you failed in the above step. Click on file icon to upload a sample photo.

add sample photo files

Please note that the sample photo should be taken by the same shooting equipment and having the same format as the corrupted photo.

save advanced repair phpto files

Step 2: Save the repaired photo once the process is done.

save advanced repair phpto files

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