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J7N 10th August 2006 11:42 PM

How to Check Video Integrity in Batch Mode?
Do you know a tool that would decode video files (preferably all streams) and report any errors encountered? Most players/decoders are dedigned to silence the errors and decode only in realtime.

I recently installed a failing RAM module and it was already too late when I discovered it. :(

J7N 8th April 2007 11:27 PM

Re: How to Check Video Integrity in Batch Mode?
I'd like to answer myself. :wink:

To verify video files, you can use ffmpeg.exe command line codec. You configure it to encode to none format to none output file. It will read the input and show some statistics, including concealed errors.

This is the commandline:
ffmpeg -v 5 -i MEDIAFILE.VOB -f null - 2> TEXTFILE.TXT

where MEDIAFILE.VOB equals the filename of the video to be checked (without spaces) and TEXTFILE.TXT is the output file with the statistics.

adicoto 8th April 2007 11:37 PM

I think you have also an error module in VirtualDub (MPEG2 and MOD too)

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