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I have a ton of video files that were downloaded from the internet. Most are ok, but some were not completely downloaded. Is there a program that will tell me if a video file is complete?

Either a command line program or something that can verify all videos in a directory structure.

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Actually, that's a really slow flagging of me... –  Thor Jan 1 at 13:35
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I found this, I think it should do the trick.

How to check the integrity of a video (avi, mpeg, ...) file ?

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Thanks. So I have ffmpeg and am generating output from it for the video files. What do I check? –  Ronnie Overby Mar 25 '11 at 23:52
    
you would look for a file called "error.log" which probably would be placed in the same folder as the ffmpeg program. –  CreeDorofl Mar 26 '11 at 18:38
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I find a tool that worked for me. Most of the files that I needed to check were mp4 files.

see link below

http://help.adobe.com/en_US/FlashMediaServer/3.5_AdminGuide/WS5b3ccc516d4fbf351e63e3d119f29261b7-7ffc.html#WS5b3ccc516d4fbf351e63e3d119f29261b7-7ff9

I created my own bat file with notepad with the following

p:\flvcheck -n * . *

Pause

all files with numbers are corrupt.

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Welcome to Super User! Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference. –  Thor Jan 1 at 13:36
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