Need the debug.log, and the MediaInfo for the file will probably help too.rozel wrote:The other night I downloaded a 15Gb .mkv file and on switching on my PS3 and PS3MS it seemed to play ok. I switched everything off until earlier this evening but when it came to play I got the "Corrupt Data" message. Not sure what gives here as it seemed to play perfectly the other evening. I had saved the dowloaded files and recompiled it but again the same message. Not sure what is wrong - other .mkv files play perfectly even over 10 Gb. I've tried playing all the transcoded files too but they get the same message.
Anyone any ideas please?
It's more commonly used to verify the identity of a file to show that you have intended file instead of a fake file that has been maliciously tampered. You just compare the file's hash number to the hash number provided by the creators of the file.rozel wrote:Also could someone explain what the associated md5 file is ? - I am assuming it is to check that the file is as it ought to be with no errors but never having used md5 files I am not sure how to use them. I want to ensure that the file extracted ok etc etc
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