Summary: The tutorial below introduce all the settings of preference in Bitwar Video Repair.
Introduction to Preferences
There are many users that are unfamiliar with the tools or settings in the preference menu when they are using Bitwar Video Repair, so don’t worry, we will introduce and explain all the functions of the settings in the Preference menu below!
Multiple threads and algorithms run simultaneously: Allows faster video repairing process with both threads and algorithms running together.
Stimulate normal file information: Parsing the source file according to the normal file structure.
Ignore the number of synthesis: Check this option if the video is stuck.
Use the same offset position as MDAT: Check this if you are using Samsung, Sony, or DJI cameras. (HMX200, HMXS10, MX20, SMX-F400BP/EDC, DSC-HX1, DJI Mavic Pro, DJI Phantom Pro, DJI Vision Plus 2.)
Search all possible MDAT packets: Do not tick this if you are using Yuneec Typhoon CG03 drone.
Specify initial bytes for MDAT content: Check this for using PCM audio.
Bit rate adaptive processing: If there is a video fast-forward problem,please tick this option
Analyze multiple TRACK: Repair video with no audio.
Coding conversion: Overcome blur audio.
GPU Acceleration: Use your graphics processing unit (GPU) in addition to a central processing unit (CPU) to speed up video repairing processes.
Overwrite with the same file’s encoding: Help overwrite file’s encoding issue.
Subgraph Matching: Try toggling this option when you encounter an error in the repaired result.
Use entropy calculations: This can speed up repairs and skip sections that may be useless
Use alternative network to verify login: Tick to help resolve user can’t login issue
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