Any little change in the video file results in change of file size, correct?
Posted on 2013-01-29
I should create a WinForm C# application which works with video files. The files are keep both in FTP server and locally on HDDs. When a user want to watch a video file first I check on HDD and if the file is missing, or it is different then I should start download. The question is – how to determine if a video file is different than the others /both files are with same names/? For now I plan to use their size FileBytes, is this enough for 99.99 of the cases?
The video files will be played in TV, so there will be a case where the movie is created with for example Adobe Premiere, then it is modified very little and save again – is this mean that the file’s result size (bytes) will be different than the previous file?