Bex wrote:Actually no, does this work?
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SELECT Songs.SongPath, Songs.ID, Songs.SongTitle, Songs.IDArtist, Songs.IDAlbum, Songs.PlayCounter, Songs.DateAdded
WHERE (((Songs.SongPath) In (SELECT Songs.SongPath
GROUP BY Songs.SongPath
Cant test since i don't have any..
johnny_tambourine wrote:If someone could post a link to the installer for this script, or even instructions on what to do with the code for this and other scripts, I would greatly appreciate it.
The script looks fantastic. My issue is that there are duplicate tracks but I'd like to delete all duplicates - thereby saving one copy of each track but discarding 'extras - but currently I only see the option of manually clicking and selecting each unwanted track. Is there a way to automatically leave behind a copy of each track, so you don't remove them from the pc?
I'm merging my media library that is located on several machines and on CD and DVD. I have a library that is more or less sorted out, and I would like to add content from other locations to a separate directory and then run the dup analysis. The result I want is that all duplicates in the separate dup directory should be automatically tagged as duplicates (so that I can browse them easily and move them to another place or simply delete them).
I have started on a Java app that does this using the MediaMonkey database, but I'm not 100% sure that I identify all duplicates and only the duplicates. I found your script and from what I can see you simple just check that the SignPart[1-4] are the same. Is that all it takes? Where did you find this info?
Maybe you can integrate such a feature in your app. Then it would be nicely integrated. VB gives me the creeps and I'd rather stay away from it.
Thanks for a great script!
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