I have around 15000 image, video, and audio files, along with a few others, which I have been transferring back and forth through FTP from my phone. Unfortunately, I discovered that some of the files were corrupted after so many transfers. However, this is not a significant issue since all of the media is backed up on Google Photos or other storage methods.

The problem is that the local and backup sets of files are not identical, and it would be challenging to compare checksums. The most effective solution seems to be to use a scanner to identify the corrupted files and manually download their copies.

I have searched extensively, but I have not been able to find a suitable tool. My closest attempt was a python script on Github called “check-media-integrity,” but I was unable to get it to work since I am on Windows 10.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

Askify Moderator Edited question April 23, 2023