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How to Compare Audio Files with Audio Comparer 1.7


If you have a large collection of audio files and you want to find and remove duplicates, you might be interested in Audio Comparer 1.7, a software that can compare audio files of various formats and detect similar or identical songs. In this article, we will show you how to use Audio Comparer 1.7 to organize your music library and free up some disk space.


Step 1: Download and install Audio Comparer 1.7


You can download Audio Comparer 1.7 from the official website[^5^] or from other sources[^6^] [^7^]. The installation file is about 2.8 MB and it is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10. The trial version allows you to compare up to 100 files at a time, but you can buy the full version for $34.95[^6^].


Step 2: Create audio groups


Audio Comparer 1.7 allows you to organize your audio files into audio groups, which are lists of songs that you want to compare. You can create audio groups by using the wizard mode or by manually adding files or folders. You can also save and load audio groups as individual files for later use.


To create an audio group using the wizard mode, click on the "New" button on the toolbar and follow the instructions. You can choose to add specific files or scan multiple folders for supported audio formats, such as MP3, FLAC, OGG, WAV, etc. You can also filter out files by size, duration or bitrate.


To create an audio group manually, click on the "Add Files" or "Add Folder" buttons on the toolbar and browse for the files or folders that you want to add. You can also drag and drop files or folders from Windows Explorer to the program window.


Step 3: Compare audio files


Once you have created one or more audio groups, you can start comparing them to find duplicate songs. You can choose to compare the songs within one audio group or to compare two different audio groups. To compare two audio groups, select them from the drop-down menus on the toolbar and click on the "Compare" button.


Audio Comparer 1.7 does not just compare the file names, sizes or tags of the audio files, but it analyzes the actual audio data to find songs that sound similar. This means that it can detect identical files that are encoded differently or have different bitrates or metadata.


The comparison process may take some time depending on the number and size of the files and your computer speed. You can see the progress and status of the comparison on the status bar at the bottom of the program window.


Step 4: Review and manage duplicate files


When the comparison is finished, Audio Comparer 1.7 will display the results in a tree-like structure on the main window. You can see the duplicate songs grouped together and their similarity percentage shown next to them. You can also play any file by double-clicking on it or by using the built-in player at the bottom of the program window.


You can decide what action to perform for each detected duplicate file by marking it with a checkbox. You can also use the automarking feature to automatically mark the best or worst quality duplicate songs in each group based on various criteria, such as bitrate, duration, size, etc.


After marking the duplicate files that you want to manage, you can choose to move them to a different folder, delete them permanently or send them to Recycle Bin by using the buttons on the toolbar. You can also export the results to a CSV file for further analysis.


Conclusion


Audio Comparer 1.7 is a useful tool for comparing audio files of various formats and finding similar or identical songs in your music collection. It can help you organize your music library and free up some disk space by removing duplicate files. You can download Audio Comparer 1.7 from here[^5^] [^6^] [^7^] and try it for yourself. 061ffe29dd






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