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  1. i have a large amount of mkv and avi files and some are faulty, is there any software free or paid for which i can get to test all my files for video corruption.


    many thanks

    jack
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  2. Yep. Best one is a video player. They either play or they don't.
    Define 'corruption'. Pixelation, stuttering, dropped frames... etc, etc, etc?
    What are you trying to trace?
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  3. mkvalidator (http://www.matroska.org/downloads/mkvalidator.html) can check basic headers of mkv files,...
    users currently on my ignore list: deadrats, Stears555
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