An Application that finds mutiple copies of songs and deletes them???

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  1. macrumors regular

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    An Application that finds mutiple copies of songs and deletes them??? I say some app in macaddict but I forgot the name. It organizes and deletes songs that I have more then one of!!! Anyone know that name or names of apps that can do this???? Thanks
     
  2. Guest

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    You can try MP3Rage, it is available at here . Another possibility is to use AppleScript to do the job. A good archive can be found here . Specifically you might want to look at this file. From its description, This script will help you determine if you have duplicates of the same song on your local volumes by providing track info and sampling, plus assistance in removing duplicate tracks and deleting duplicate files.


    -hereXORthere
     
  3. macrumors 65816

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    Hmm. On a related note, is there any software that will to this for photos?
     
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    Mr. Anderson

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    well, if it did it for photos, it would basically be doing it for any files. And in some cases that wouldn't be a good idea.

    D
     
  5. thread starter macrumors regular

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    Thanks mp3Rage was what I was looking for... Just didn't remember the name
     
  6. macrumors regular

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    the link you referenced for the applescript duplicate trasher, it's a pain.

    you still have to manually go through and pick 2 songs you think are the same. it's just as easy to do it yourself, as this does not automate the process.
     
  7. Guest

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    I did not know that. I am picky about my music library so I do most things manually. I have used some of the scripts off that page before with some success and I just figured that they would all be of similar quality. Glad to know they are not, I will have to start looking at those scripts more carefully when I use them next time.

    --hereXORthere
     
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    Jaykay

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    hey that worked for me too, say hello to a big load of free HD space comin my way...:D
     
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    scem0

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    This couldn't be that hard to program, if someone has any
    programming skills, I bet they could do it. Unfortunately, I can
    barely make a source file :( ;) :D.
     
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    Kwyjibo

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    mp3rage does exactly what you want.... Great suggestion
     

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