MP3 Duplicate Finder

Program that finds duplicate MP3s using accoustic fingerprints, so that even if the music has some bytes different, you can discover if they are the same. After duplicate detection, it is possible to delete them. The MP3 Duplicate Finder is a useful program that help you to find out and remove duplicate audio files with same music, even if they don´t have the same name, filesize or MP3Tags; files that occupy so unnecessarily storage place on your computer or your server. It uses the audio fingerprint technology. Audio fingerprints are identifiers for audio files based on the contained audio data. A fingerprint is calculated by examining the music data itself, ignoring the name of the file, the ID3v2Tags, or any other metadata. Audio fingerprinting technology generates a unique fingerprint for an audio file based on an analysis of the acoustic properties of the audio itself. Each audio fingerprint is unique and can be used to identify a track precisely, regardless of whether any associated text identifiers are present or accurate. For example, with a digitized song, whether or not the song title, artist name or other related information is accurate or available, TRM recognizes the song. That's because it inteprets the kind of audio information that humans actually hear. Remember: Unfortunately with hundreads of thousands of musics the fingerprint algorithm can produce the same fingerprint for different tracks. This is referred to as a TRM collision. It is less probable that this occur than using filename, filesize or mp3tags. But use this at your own risk. Before downloading please note that I won't provide email supportbecause of the huge number of emails received daily but in the FAQ and forum you'll also find answers to most common problems and error messages. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Development of an application takes time (a lot!) and money (hosting, equipment, software licenses...). For those of you who can, I ask that you make a monetary contribution in whatever denomination you'd like.