The Perfect Boobs.net

Off-Topic => Off-Topic => Topic started by: soulexplosion on July 01, 2021, 06:52:42 pm

Title: File Analyser for videos
Post by: soulexplosion on July 01, 2021, 06:52:42 pm
Hi there

I've downloaded a lot of videos using torrents - however the torrent files has gone and I'm left with all the files (mainly *.mp4). However some clearly didn't download fully and so cannot be opened. However some open fine - but you cannot tell the difference as the file size is similar size whether it's corrupt or not.

At present I have to click on every file and see if it works or not. Is there any software that can analyse 1000s of videos and tell you "these ones work, these ones don't"?
Then I can keep those that work and delete those that don't.
Thanks
Title: Re: File Analyser for videos
Post by: TheFan on July 05, 2021, 12:06:40 am
I'm really surprised that no one has come up with a simple solution to your issue. It's all in the preview. A file that's corrupt can't show you a preview according to your folder/file settings. A normal file (one that's not corrupt), can show you a preview according to your folder/file settings.

But first reply to this thread and I'll elaborate on this setting, c'se when it's not about babes/boobs most of you guys are absent. And I'm not gonna waste my time on explaining things to a wall, and you haven't been here since July 2nd it seems, and 7 posts in over 6 years, that's not much.
Title: Re: File Analyser for videos
Post by: soulexplosion on July 19, 2021, 01:29:58 pm
I have been checking every now and then!

Changing viewing the file to "extra-large icons" seems like a way but are there others?

Thanks
Title: Re: File Analyser for videos
Post by: TheFan on August 01, 2021, 05:15:35 pm
Sorry not having checked in this thread sooner. But no no not that kind of settings.

Detecting corrupt files at the glance of a a view is dead simple, since (not always mind you), a corrupt file usually can't give you a picture preview but only shows an icon preview. So you don't have to doubleclick on the picture or video file.

Listing view corrupt and good files show the same icons



 (https://www.imagebam.com/view/ME2I73Q)

Large pictogram view shows the coruupt files with only their icons. (of course if view settings are set to picture preview "no matter the size")


 (https://www.imagebam.com/view/ME2I73R)