When applying a 'development' to a large number of photos in Lightroom, I sometimes get an error 'unexpected end of file occurred'. There is a lot of discussion in the internet about where this comes from and how to fix it, but my question here is:
How do I find out which file(s) are the bad ones?
Of course, stepping manually through all files will find it, but for a large number, this takes hours. Alternatively, i can re-run the setting change with the first half and then the second half, then with quarters, etc., basically a binary search. That is less manual action, but even more time.
Is there a way to make Lightroom go through all raw files in the catalog, and really verify each one's content (not just its existence), to find which ones are a problem, and give me the list (next morning or whenever)?
I have the newest version (subscription).
This question is related, but has another focus (and no solution): How to find corrupt CR2 files?