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.mp4 file corrupted (rly important file)

Hello, I am from Czech Rpeublic and our most famos youtuber just posted on his FB that he tried to make video in .mp4, but he got an error report that there is not eough space on disc. So he stopped recording couple seconds after that message, but .mp4 file can not be opened and is corrupted... He used Grau GmbH Video Repair Software and this is file with logs and short cut of video: http://leteckaposta.co/file/366072773.1/5530093ba4c8d38e9be52305b2de276b4597fa59/cs

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It's only 2MB

That's not going to play for more than a split second. Since they ran out of space the file never was written so it never existed!
Bob

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error

That's strange, because error apeared after couple of miutes of recording...

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As errors go.

Some buffer and what's in ram doesn't get written out so that buffer has no where to go. It's a common mistake, some have to learn that you must keep space free.
Bob

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2,4GB

I know, but original file is 2,4GB large. That means that there are some indexes missing required for playing.

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Re: 2.4 GB

So you still have the original file? Then just start over after making enough space.

Kees

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The example is not that large.

If this is a question on transcoding the glaring issue in the top post is the lack of space.
You didn't write you corrected that or there was enough space.
Online conversion would not be your space but theirs!
Bob

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