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Otaku-kun 30th January 2003 09:39 AM

Comparing 2 avi files
I have 2 versions of the same avi file.
There are a few bytes difference. Obviously, one of them is slightly corrupted.

Is there any way to pinpoint the exact time where they are different?
I can use fc command but it can only tell me the location in hex.

Also, is there any util that can tell whether an avi is corrupted?
For asf file, there is a asfcheck.exe that can do the job.
I am hoping for a similar util for avi file.

I would appreciate your insights.

Quietseb 30th January 2003 02:39 PM

I think divfix has an error detection feature besides its avi-fix feature
get it at or

also, VirtualDub can scan video stream for errors (video menu-->scan video stream for errors)

Otaku-kun 1st February 2003 10:34 AM


DivFix never works for me.
VirtualDub helps getting rid of more than half of corrupted files.

The remaining files? I guess I will keep them around for awhile.

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