Duplicate Audio Finder
Duplicate Audio Finder is a utility for scanning your computer and finding duplicate copies of your audio files. Duplicate Audio Finder will find audio files that are an exact copy of each other but also can compare audio files by content and give a match for audio files that have different resolutions, bit rate or format but contain the same audio. Additionaly to audio files, MP4 video files with AAC audio track can be also searched – the AAC audio tracks will be compared that’s usualy enough to compare the video files as well.
Here are some key features of “Duplicate Audio Finder”:
Find duplicate audio files that are exact copy of each other
Find duplicate audio files which have the same artist and titie tag
Find duplicate audio files that have the same content
Matching audio files are displayed in groups
Preview matching audio files and their ID3v1, ID3v2, APE , Flac, MP4, Opus and Vorbis and WMA tag information and album cover pictures (BMP, JPEG, PNG, GIF)
Delete audio files that are not needed
Full unicode support
Supported audio file formats:
MPEG I Layer 3 (.MP3) MPEG I Layer 2 (.MP2)
MPEG I Layer 1 (.MP1) MPEG Audio (.MPG, .MPA) Ogg Vorbis (.OGG)
Microsoft WAVE (.WAV) Audio Interchange File Format (.AIFF, *.AIF, *.AIFC)
Advanced Audio Coding (*.AAC, *.MP4, *.M4A, *.M4B)
Dolby Digital AC3 (.AC3) ADX (.ADX)
AIX (.AIX) Apple Lossless (.ALAC)
Monkey’s Audio (.APE) Musepack (.MPC)
OptimFROG (.OFR) Opus Interactive Audio Codec (.OPUS)
Speex (.SPX) True Audio Codec (.TTA)
Free Lossless Audio Codec (*.FLAC, *.FLA, *.FLC, *.OGA)
Windows Media Audio (.WMA) WavPack (.WV)
Limitations in the Win64 version
ADX, AIX and OptimFROG audio files are not supported
1- Install the software.
2- Copy the contents of the Cracked file folder in the software installation location* and replace the previous file(s).
3- Run the software.
* Software installation location: The installation location folder is usually located in the Windows drive and inside the Program Files folder. You can also find the installation location with this method:
– In Windows XP: After installation, right-click on the software shortcut in the Start menu and click on Properties and then on Find Target.
– In Windows 7: After installation, right-click on the software shortcut in the Start menu and click on the Open file location option.
– In Windows 8: after installation, right-click on the software shortcut on the Start Screen and click on the Open file location option, in the window that opens, right-click on the software shortcut again and click on the Open file location option click.
– In Windows 10: after installation, right-click on the software shortcut in the Start menu and click on the Open file location option, in the window that opens, right-click on the software shortcut again and click on the Open file location option do.
OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10