I have about 20 .mov files (in an FCP capture scratch folder from an old project on a lacie drive that is about six years old, formatted Mac OS) that are corrupted. I have backed up the entire drive except those files which are giving me an error message that goes something like: "cannot copy this file because some of the data cannot be read or written." I can open the FCP project from the drive and the media is viewable there but whenever I try and export the sequence FCP shuts down. I can open the files using quicktime player and they are viewable but are a little choppy when played and when i try to save as or export the files quicktime player shuts down. I have tried to use several programs to convert these files into something that is playable (Visual hub, VLC, etc) but nothing I have used thus far seems to be working. I have downloaded a program called "Treasured" which claims they can fix the files for me if I upload the files to them but they are aking roughly $100 per file which in my opinion is too much to pay. Does anyone know of any programs I can use to convert these files into something playable or if there are any places I can send the drive to where they can do this. I live in NYC, if anyone knows of a place where I could take my drive locally that would also help.