[FFmpeg-user] Force concat to ignore corrupt files?

Phunkadilic slanaconda at gmail.com
Mon Apr 14 23:49:24 CEST 2014

I'm currently using this command to concat individual video files every

"ffmpeg.exe -f concat -i C:\path\video-files.txt -c copy

I've noticed that if there's a single corrupt .mp4 file, the command will
stop and concat only the files that were good before hitting the corrupt
file.  Is there a way/command to have ffmpeg to either skip any corrupt
files or to force through and ignore errors?  

This script runs automatically nightly and I'd rather not have to babysit
these files.  If there's one or two corrupt files, I'd rather them just be
skipped and not worry about having to go through and remove the corrupt
files and re-do the process manually.

Thanks in advance!

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