Find Duplicate Music Files detects music files that contain the same music, even if the files are differently named, and are in different formats such as MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA, M4A, and RealAudio and contain different or non-existent meta-information such as ID3 tags. The program operates on whole directories of music files, analyzes them, and outputs the filenames of pairs that seem similar, based on their audio fingerprint or perceptual hash.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Ripping Analysis|
|Operating Systems||Linux BSD Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release fixes major bugs. The mplayer command line was modified. The code was slightly reorganized. The makefile was modified to work with FreeBSD's default header and library locations.
Release Notes: A minor correction to the README.
Release Notes: The syntax used for executing mplayer was updated to work with recent (1.0pre7try2-3.3.6) versions.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the newest Mplayer version's command line syntax. By default, it will only print the names of duplicated files if both files still exist on the system.
Release Notes: This release, 0.0.9n, uses Mplayer as a decoder for the various audio file formats. Now fdmf can detect that a pair of files contain the same music even if they are in different formats including any combination of MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA, M4A, and Realaudio. This release also fixes some minor bugs.