This is the command jpeginfo that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
jpeginfo - prints information and tests integrity of JPEG/JFIF files.
jpeginfo [ options ] [ filenames ]
jpeginfo is used to generate informative listings of jpeg files, and also to check jpeg
files for errors. Program also supports automatic deletion of broken jpegs.
Options may be either the traditional POSIX one letter options, or the GNU style long
options. POSIX style options start with a single ``-'', while GNU long options start with
Options offered by jpeginfo are the following:
Check files also for errors. (default is just to read the headers).
Display file comments (from COM markers).
Delete files that have errors. (default is not to delete any files).
Read filenames to process from given file. To use standard input (stdin) use '-' as
a filename. This is alternative to default where filenames are given as parameters
to the program.
Display short usage information and exits.
Calculates MD5 checksum for each file.
Displays even more information about each picture. Prints image coding
(Huffman/Arithmetic), density (in dpi/dpc), and whether CCIR601 sampling was used or
Uses alternate listing format (ls -l style).
Enables verbose mode (positively chatty).
Displays program version.
Quiet mode, output just the jpeg infos.
Sets the delete mode, meaningful only when used with -d flag. Mode can be one of
all files containing any type of errors/warnings, not necessarily preventing the
only files with serious errors (ie. cannot be decoded at all).
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