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Old 24th November 2020, 04:14   #1  |  Link
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Stray Frame Detection

I'm posting in this sub-forum simply because Blu-ray is our main issue here.

We are authoring Blu-rays as emergency backups to our theatrical DCPs, and the most common issue we've found with them is stray frames: a frame from a scene 30 or xxx seconds earlier (or later) getting randomly placed in the middle of another scene on the Blu-ray. Does anyone know of software that can detect stray frames? It's frustrating to QC a Blu-ray, get 60 minutes into it and find one stray frame.

I tested Interra's BATON software, and it seems to be buckets of awesome, and it can definitely detect stray frames, but it's also ungodly expensive. I was hoping for something closer to the $0-to-free range. I'm thinking that maybe ffmpeg might have similar functionality in regards to this one issue? But also, does it need to check only the .m2ts file, or can it check "the blu-ray-as-a-whole"? Thanks.
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