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in categories  linux  blender  opensource  permalink:  183   posted on 04.12.2012 13:46
From Yorik

Checkframes utility


A little python utility to check that frames series you download from a render farm are okay (no frame missing, no frame with 0 byte size). Made on Linux, but should work on any platform. On Linux, place this script in your /home/$USER/bin folder (or any other that is in your $PATH), make it executable, then just run this script from a folder containing frames, or a folder containing subfolders. Enjoy!

#!/usr/bin/python

#***************************************************************************
#*                                                                         *
#*   Copyright (c) 2012                                                    *  
#*   Yorik van Havre                                  *  
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"""This utility checks the current folder and any of its subfolders for jpg, png
or exr image sequences, numbered 0001.jpg, 0002.jpg, etc... and checks that no
frame number is missing, and that no image is corrupted (sero-size)."""

import os,sys
from PIL import Image

# keeping count of errors
errors = 0

# getting working paths
homepath = os.path.abspath('.')
subpaths = []
for p in os.listdir(homepath):
    ap = homepath + os.sep + p
    if os.path.isdir(ap):
        subpaths.append(ap)

subpaths.sort()

# add current path too
subpaths.insert(0,homepath)

# checking frames
for p in subpaths:
    print(" ")
    print("checking folder "+p)
    frames = []
    for i in os.listdir(p):
        if i[-4:].upper() in ['.JPG','.PNG','.EXR']:
            frames.append(i)

    if not frames:
        print("    This folder doesn't contain frames")

    else:
        # counting frames and checking numbers
        frames.sort()
        try:
            last = int(frames[-1].split('.')[0])
        except:
            print("    Error: couldn't parse frame numbers in this folder")
            continue
            
        if len(frames) != last:
            print("    Error: frame numbers differ from frames count in this folder: 
	last frame is "+str(last)+" but contains "+str(len(frames)))
            ext = frames[-1].split('.')[1]
            for i in range(1,last+1):
                fn = str(i).zfill(4)+'.'+ext
                if not fn in frames:
                    errors +=1
                    print("    Missing frame: "+fn)
    
        # displaying info of first image
        try:
            imf = Image.open(p+os.sep+frames[0])
        except:
            print("    Error: cannot open image "+p+os.sep+frames[0])
            continue
        else:
            print("    "+str(last)+" frames - format: "+imf.format+" - "+str(imf.size[0])+"x"+str(imf.size[1]))
    
        # checking size
        for f in frames:
            fp = p+os.sep+f
            s = os.path.getsize(fp)
            if s < 1024:
                print("    Error: zero-sized file: "+fp)
                continue
                
        # subdir succeeded
        print "    Everything ok"

# all tests are done
print(" ")
if errors:
    print(str(errors)+" errors found")
else:
    print("Success: All frames are ok")
    
sys.exit()

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