These screenshots and their metadata are a testament to when https://www.netflix.com/title/60000861 might have been changed to have this text: "An '80s Wall Street hotshot really makes a killing. Will it be by chainsaw or nail gun this time?" (also seen at https://me.me/i/american-psycho-73-match-2000-16-1h42m-hd-an-80s-2e0bc91afce9400588dab7bd9a703326 - "November 16, 2018" according to Google). These screenshots were taken when the Netflix app was open. The bottom left photo is from "American Horror Story: Freak Show". The bottom middle photo is from "Friends". I don't know what the bottom right photo is from. These screenshots prove that you can take screenshots of Netflix's browsing interface. However, if you try to take a screenshot of a show while it's playing, the operating system that I used to take these screenshots will zealously and stupidly disallow it. I edited these screencaps for privacy reasons.
was bit-identical to
was deleted and
was renamed to
in 11/22/2019. (This could have been done in a simpler way.)
The two lowercase hashes below were generated by ES File Explorer and stored in a plain text file named "Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-22-02.png.checksum". The all-caps hash below was generated by http://onlinemd5.com.
Hashes of the unedited screenshot which has no volume bar:
Properties of the unedited screenshot with no volume bar:
Filesize: 1.06 MB (1,106,941 bytes)
Modified: 10/31/2019 07:22:04 PM
Width: 1920 pixels
Height: 1200 pixels
* https://freetoolonline.com/imagemagick-online.html#convert -fill black -draw "rectangle 0,0 244,39" Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-22-02.png Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-22-02.png
* https://freetoolonline.com/imagemagick-online.html#convert -fill black Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-22-02.png -draw "rectangle 490,961 700,1009" Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-22-02.png
* Where, per command line, the first "Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-22-02.png" (input file, unedited screenshot without a volume bar) was stored at "/sdcard/Pictures/Screenshots/as/old/Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-22-02.png" and the second "Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-22-02.png" was the name of the output file which was downloaded to the "Download" directory and posted here.
The two lowercase hashes below were generated by ES File Explorer and stored in a plain text file named "Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-21-58.png.checksum". The all-caps hash below was generated by http://onlinemd5.com.
Hashes of the unedited screenshot which has a volume bar:
* Where the first "Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-21-58.png" (input file, unedited screenshot with a volume bar) was stored at "/sdcard/Pictures/Screenshots/as/old/Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-21-58.png" and the second "Screenshot_2019-10-31-19-21-58.png" was the name of the output file which was downloaded to the "Download" directory and posted here.