Bad Peggy searches for damaged JPEG files and validates and verifies pictures for truncation and other blemishes, which sometimes occur when such files are downloaded or restored from bad backups. It's fast, easy to use, and reliable in the analysis it does. It uses all available CPU cores too.
|Tags||Image Processing JPEG damaged photos|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows Mac OS X|
|Implementation||Java 6 SWT|
Release Notes: Universal 32-bit and 64-bit versions are now built for Mac OS X. A property file writing glitch was fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for (64bit) Mac OS X.
Release Notes: Documentation is now built in. The software is now licensed under the GPLv3 and was moved to Github.
Release Notes: The Windows version doesn't require a Java installation anymore. Multiple instabilities and imperfections (both UI and operation) have been fixed. The configuration file is now written as hidden under Linux. The error messages can be colorized for easier distiction. Faster reading is available due to extended buffering.
Release Notes: All CPU cores are now used for JPEG processing. The language can be switched between German and English.