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    Wow! Althought this little thought has been posted almost five years ago and was done for/on ubuntu, it’s exactly what I was looking for for the last two or three hours. Just had to paste this into a .bat-command on my Win7 machine, delete the dollar signs and it worked for my damaged .avi-file.
    All the other “solutions” (VLC, DivFix++, AVIdemux, Digital Video Repair and whatever else there is…) weren’t weren’t doing what they’re promised.

    I don’t even know if you still see this comment, but I felt the need to thank you anyway.
    Thanks a lot, you saved me almost two and a half hours worth of footage and quite a bit of frustration!


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