Meteorite is MKV / Matroska file repair engine. That repairs MKV files and can repair MKV files still downloading from internet.
- The First and Only Matroska/MKV Repair Engine
- Pure C++ code for fast operation
- Supports Multiple OSes
It doesn't work. It failed on the first MKV I ever tried. The original MKV had a small glitch where video would stop playing in the middče pv the video but the sound continued. I could go around the problem by just moving the play slider a bit forward and then both audio and video continued normally. But I still wanted to see if Meteorite could fix it. The resulting MKV was not even playable anymore. I had to run it through MKVToolnix to make it playable again but the original glitch was still there. Granted the software is free, but it's also useless. Unsurprisingly.
good project meteorite
I tried to build it with VS2010 but ran into compilation issues. I fixed them as I went along. I had to add an include a header file for the "xor" and those other "word" Boolean definitions (I prefer the native '^', etc) to get rid of the "undefined" errors. I want to compile with the original Code::Blocks project file (tweaked for VS2010 compilation) first, then see if I can convert it to a VS2010 project, just so I can us the Microsoft IDE debugger and make it a 64-bit app. I.e., I work with a lot of files that are over 6GB in size and I'd like my 4 and 6-core computers to process stuff quicker. I commend Erdem for his effort and great sense of humor. I can appreciate his contribution (I can't afford enough time to do much, but I hope I can whittle away at what I want do code, debug, build, and make satisfy my technical curiosities). I know it takes a lot of time to make something useful and am so glad he shared the source code. I love C++. Thank you, Art
Corrupted part was replaced by a blank screen, that's fine