On 28 June 2012 16:05, Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...> wrote:
> Try this:
> Use image magicks tool called identify:
> identify -v image-name | grep corrupt
> if there is corruption it wil say something like
> "Corrupt Image" so just grep for it

Ah yes, great thinking. :-) I had forgotten about imagemagick.

Good boy! Roll over! Get biscuit! :-)


On a OT note. ImageMagick rocks! It's ridiculously versatile. Right now I am using it to calculate the mode (most frequently occuring number in an array) by creating a  histogram of each individual pixel across 18,000 images to generate a common background. Imagemagick does the heavy lifting in parts of it.