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  1. Hi guys,

    Let say i can see visually that my video has frame loss at , is there any software that can detect or alert this frame drop,
    E.g at 1mins 27sec of the video, we had visually spot a frame loss on the video, similar as the moving pendulum.

    is there a way for any software or script to detect same frame drop interval (1min 27 sec) as what i have seen visually?


    E.g of moving pendulum having frame drop.
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    Is there also software to detect that the moving object is out of sync due to video lag/freeze
    Eg of moving two moving pendulum out of sync due to video lag.
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    Please do post this in other threads,i deleted your other thread,just stay her for other posts.
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    Usually dropped packets from streaming video usually causes a jump in DTS/PTS time that can be checked with ffprobe but FFprobe is not a speed demon so 'Quick Scan' would be not so quick unless you know approximately the area of skip.

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    In the case of you sample there is no gap because I assume this is a manufactured video since 25.666667 / durartion (.041667) is approximately frame 616.

    the following is from one of my videos with just what you mention.
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