Thanks for answering my earlier question.
A following up, how would I actually validate a video with eValid?
Do you have any ideas?
Thanks for asking and fair follow-up question CarlosG.
There are a lot of web pages that have video and audio.
Playing back is not an issue -- if the page automatically starts playback of a video/audio clip, then it will do so with eValid.
The question is, how do you validate the video portion?
Here is a summary of the validation modes available in eValid: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... ation.html
So, the answer is that you don't see something that involves video files.
So you have to supply something that does that on your Windows platform and then invoke it with a SystemCall command.
So -- and sorry to send you off without a clear answer -- to validate the video that it contains or doesn't contain something is not something that anyone really knows how to do very easily.
The best approach is to take screenshots but a 60-second video at 30 frames/second = 1800 frames, and that is a LOT of validation effort if you do it frame by frame.
Sorry to say, this falls into the category also of "how do you detect a fake video?
A so-called "deep fake."
This is a big issue; too big for a short answer.
FYI is a place to start: https://newscollab.org/2019/02/04/9-too ... and-videos
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