Boxoft Duplicate Music Finder

Boxoft Duplicate Music Finder
            License: Shareware $27
            OS: WinXP,WinVista,WinVista x64,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win2000,Windows2000,Windows2003,Wi
            Requirements: pentium or similar processor, 64mb ram

boxoft duplicate music finder is a simple, lightning-fast mp3 comparison tool and audio files comparison tool that lets you to find duplicate audio files and sort them in whatever way you want.

the main difference between boxoft duplicate music finder and other duplicate mp3 finders is the fact that boxoft duplicate music finder “listens” to your audio files and compares them by their actual audio content, just like your own human ears do. however it’s much faster and it never forgets a sound it’s heard just once, thus it doesn’t matter what compression type or encoding bit rate your audio files have, boxoft duplicate music finder is able to recognize them by the sound. contrast this technology with other mp3 comparison tools that just look at mp3 file tags or even crude file size to locate duplicate files and can’t identify similar audio files at all.

boxoft duplicate music finder will help you to find fast all similar or exact duplicate audio files in a folder and its subfolders.. you can specify a percent of audio similarity – about 80% is a good choice. you can also choose fast hash or file size algorithms in order to find exact duplicate mp3 files. when the scan process is finished the program shows you all audio file duplicates in groups and can automatically mark the smaller bitrate, shorter length and/or smaller file size files for deletion (the lower quality ones). with a couple of mouse clicks you can get rid off all duplicate audio files and save valuable disk space. you can also backup your duplicates as the tool can move them also to a specified folder maintaining the directory structure. supports mp3, mp2, mp1, mpa, wav, ogg, aiff, aac, mp4, flac, ac3, wavpack (wv), musepack (mpc) and windows media audio (wma) file formats, has an intuitive user interface and is well documented.

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