I downloaded a bunch of photos and movie files from my iPhone into a folder on my PC. Then I redownloaded them to a different folder on my PC. Then I diffed the 2 folders, and some of the photos and movie files have differences. I want to make sure the only differences are in the metadata, and that the photo data and movie data are still the same.
I know I can use the
compare command in ImageMagick to determine if any pixels are different between 2 images.
Is there any command line software that can compare 2 video files (specifically .MOV files) and tell me if the video data is exactly the same? This software must run on Windows and preferably be free.
I know that FFmpeg can calculate an MD5 for a video file, but that results in different MD5 values for 2 different copies of the same video file (unedited on my iPhone, but transferred to my PC on different days which somehow resulted in the internal data being different).