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  1.    01 Aug 2017 #11
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  2.    04 Aug 2017 #12
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    Thanks for the link. Unfortunately that's for version 1.51. I had already found v2.0 off archive.org, but the last version was 2.1, which was an important update because that final update allows the software to run without installing Java. All previous versions require java to run. Unfortunately archive.org never archived the final version.
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  3.    04 Aug 2017 #13
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    May be of interest:
    Checking the integrity of all JPG files in a directory

    ImpulseAdventure - JPEGsnoop - Interesting Uses
    JPEGsnoop is a free Windows application that examines and decodes the inner details of JPEG and MotionJPEG AVI files. It can also be used to analyze the source of an image to test its authenticity.

    Here's the 32 bit version of v2.1 - supposedly. I'm not so sure- have a look.
    Bad Peggy 2.1 wird heruntergeladen | Freeware.de
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  4.    04 Aug 2017 #14
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    Huge thank you, dalchina. That was indeed the 2.1 release! Thanks a ton for digging it up for me.

    I have jpegsnoop but it seems it doesn't have a batch mode that scans all images in a directory and gives a readout on damaged files. It can scan all images in a directory, but it prints out a separate log file for each image, which makes this a no go for huge batches of files, as I would need to open every log to view the results. If there's another way using jpegsnoop, I'm not seeing it. It's great software but for error detection it seems to only be useful when scanning one image at a time. Useless when you have thousands of images you want to batch check.

    Jpeginfo sounds useful but I don't know how to use it as it's command line only. The linked article gives usage instructions for Linux, but I wouldn't know how to write the Windows command to run it.
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  5.    04 Aug 2017 #15
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    Have a look at this:


    • finds holes in numeric sequences e.g. IMG_0001 - IMG_9999
    • collects useful EXIF information + basic statistics
    • supports most RAW photo formats (using dcraw.net )
    • option to scan for corrupt image (jpeg/jfif, png and some RAW formats)
    • option to scan for corrupt files based on size of neighbors
    • supports multiple sequences in one directory e.g. jpg + png
    • no limit to number of files


    Image Sequence Scanner download | SourceForge.net
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  6.    04 Aug 2017 #16
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    That's a new one to me. I'm just on my way out right now but I did grab it and it did open with a simple interface so it should be easy to use. Thanks again for the suggestions!
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