Duplicate Media Finder only works with Windows®, from version XP SP1, up to Windows 10 (32 and 64 bit).
It is also entirely compatible with the Windows® server from version 2003.
Duplicate Media Finder doesn't delete any files by itself. You have complete control over the files to delete.
if you try to delete a system file, it will ask you to confirm your choice.
For even more security, DMF gives you the option of moving your duplicate selection into a temporary storage file. You can delete it separately.
For example, our software is capable of scanning 80,000 files from the entire hard drive system in 35 seconds (3), and finding more than 24,000 groups of identical files.
When Duplicate Media Finder analyzes a file for the first time, it saves its characteristics in the memory cache. Subsequent searches for the same files are therefore incredibly fast.
DMF uses optimized algorithms to reduce the search time as much as possible.
DMF takes full advantage of new multicore processes, and can even carry out several searches at the same time.
To make it even faster, install the 64-bit version.
DMF can find similar photos in the following formats: bmp, gif, jpeg, png, ico, tiff (1).
DMF can suggest files to keep based on criteria you define (quality, size, resolution, date, etc.)
You can modify the search criteria to precisely define the duplicates you're searching for (Stretched photos, symmetrical images, etc.).
DMF can find similar music in the following formats: ac3, flac, m4a(aac & alac), mp3, wav, wma (2), even if they have been recorded at different sound levels.
DMF can suggest files to keep based on criteria you define (duration, quality, size, sampling frequency, date, etc.)
DMF can find similar videos and movies in the following formats: 3g2, 3gp, asf, asx, avi, bsf, divx, f4v, flv, m2p, m2v, m4v, mkv, mov, mp4, mpeg, mpg, ogv, rm, ts, vob, wmv, xvid.
DMF can suggest the best file to save based on criteria you define (duration, quality, resolution, date, etc.)
You can modify the search criteria to precisely define the duplicates you're searching for (stretched videos, other colorimetry, etc.).