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Audio Dedupe 3.3.0.1 – Find Similar Songs 20% Faster

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Audio Dedupe 3.3.0.1 – 20% Faster, More Stable And Provides Information For Potentially Damaged Audio Files

Audio Dedupe is the fastest and the most precise tool for finding similar and duplicate songs and can recognize similar audio regardless of the file format. It “Listens” to the audio files in order to find similarities. The tool is able to identify exact duplicates or remixes of the same song stored in various audio file formats. Support for most of the popular audio formats  is present and it is easy to organize songs in iTunes, iPod, iPad, iPhone or other mp3 player devices. Here are some of the supported file formats: Supports MP3, MP2, MP1, MPA, WAV, OGG, AIFF, AAC, MP4, FLAC, AC3, WavPack (WV), Musepack (MPC) and Windows Media Audio (WMA) file formats.

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This release does not add much features and is mostly oriented towards STABILITY and PERFORMANCE.

The key improvements in this release extracted directly from the Duplicate MP3 Finder’s What’s new page:

Version 3.3.0.1:

  • 20% faster performance
  • Stability improvements
  • Added support for reading UTF8 encoded tags
  • Fixed log file saving issues
  • Log file now contains error codes for files that can not be loaded

 

Not all improvements are listed above, but these are just a few of the new features and fixes in this release.

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The log file now provides extra details about damaged audio files that may be present in your audio collection. If you have issues with freezing you can enable logging in settings and after the scan check the log file content which is located in “My Documents” folder and named “AudioDedupe_Log.txt”. Even if you do not have any issues with the Audio Dedupe application it is a good idea to run a scan with the log file enabled in order to identify damaged files and clean your audio collection by removing or repairing them. It is recommended to disable this feature if not needed as it will degrade the performance a bit.

Do you have suggestions? Do you miss a feature? Let us know in the comments below. We will be glad to hear from you!