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I am trying to figure out a corrupted frame from a set of video frames(decoded). Any tool or any open source utility which i can use. Please help.

What I have tried:

One way is to get the reference video(same video clip with no corruption in any frame) and compare each frame to get the corrupted frame. But my problem here is that i don't have any reference video/Golden reference to compare.
Posted 31-Mar-16 19:20pm
Updated 3-Apr-16 0:51am
KarstenK 3-Apr-16 4:30am
The only way is to check whether some frames have a significant difference to earlier ans/or later frames.

Anyway your question is too unspecific to give answer.
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 3-Apr-16 5:01am
I wouldn't say so - in movies you sometimes have transitions or quick moves (action movies!) that will fail if you look for differences between frames...
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 3-Apr-16 4:30am
What do you mean by corrupted? After all if you were able to decode it - it is not corrupted by means of encoding-decoding...

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Solution 1

This post could give you some hints:
superuser: How can I check the integrity of a video file (avi, mpeg, mp4…)?[^]
According to the first answer there, FFmpeg should allow you to do that quickly.

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