Large JPEG collection? Find broken ones with BadPeggy.

If for some reason, your image backup gets damaged (ie. scratched CD), you can have a lot of images and not know which ones are good or not. This is where BadPeggy (scroll down, it’s near the bottom) comes in. Not only does it identify broken JPEGs, it tells you exactly what’s wrong with them — for example, if it has a truncated end or if the header is corrupted. Very useful little tool.

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