Cleaning up a hard disk or putting a CD collection in order, I always face difficulties when I see image collections. How can I organize them? And (the main question, actually), how to eliminate the duplicate images, which might have came to my computer from different sources and in different times?
The typical approach (using just any general-purpose duplicate locator) simply doesnt work, for such software is typically based on the byte-by-byte file comparison, which doesnt seem to be too accurate when it comes to comparing images of different formats (gif, jpg, png), different resolutions, etc.
OK, Ill tell you *what would really work* for finding duplicates in large collections of images: that would be the program named ImageDupeless. However, it wouldnt be fair enough to call ImageDupeless a mere «duplicate finder», for it is packed with much wider capabilities. It allows you to create catalogs of your image collections and then compare new images with the collections in the catalog even when the collection itself is not available. (For example, you will have no need to insert all of your 10 CDs with galleries and clipart collections to find out whether any new image has duplicates in your collections). You can also store or load lists of found duplicates and export them to files. You can even remove the found duplicates right from ImageDupeless.
ImageDupeless 1.6.3 ImageDupeless - the program is intended for search/find of the similar images (duplicates) in the large galleries (collections). There are advanced opportunities of cataloging the
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