However, it is not able to detect all errors. It merely scans for common anomalies, caused either by b0rked muxing applications or by bad usage of those.
If you have a Matroska file that behaves weirdly, this tool might help to find out what is going on.
- Added: Show hardlinking UIDs
- Added: more checking (mainly started to introduce check for mandatory elements)
- Added: checks CRC32
- fixed: reading of 80 bit floats in Matroska files failed
- fixed: crash on Targets with more than one SimpleTag
- fixed: reading of 64 bit floats in Matroska files failed
- won't display non-ASCII-characters in titles/stream names correctly
Use mkvverify -help to obtain a list of command line interface paramters, or use scandir.bat to scan all *.MKV files in the current directory.
Example: mkvverify d:\movies\filename.mkv -fullcheck
When scanning a file, to whatever extent, all spotted notes, warnings, or problems in the file will be displayed as a message.