Problem: I have a very large (>10K) number of small (1-10 sec) videos, generated automatically from cutting up larger movie files. The cutting tool isn't flawless, and occasionally it generates videos which have visual artifacts, or the occasional "green picture only".
Are there any tool out there, which can scan through the entire collection, and detect those with artifacts?
I have tried so far: command-line playback, and looking for STDERR output, but the videos do play without decoding error.
In terms of bias, I don't mind false positives (will be reviewed manually), but do mind false negatives.
EDIT answering comments: since I will run this in-house for QA, I'm open to suggestions on ANY platform (win, mac, linux, BSD, C64, whatevs); and can commit 20 hours of dev time, and $200 at most.