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Topic: Two files. A single video frame differs. Which is ... ?  (Read 671 times) previous topic - next topic
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Two files. A single video frame differs. Which is ... ?

Cleaning up some backup files to get rid of an old drive after a crash a year ago, I found a remaining .webm lying around. Sourced off a defunct youtube video. Using ffmpeg -c copy -f framemd5 I find one frame that differs. Video. VP9.

Not that I can see any difference. But I don't find an error either: "0 decode errors". Which makes me curious: How to get a most zealous scanning?