Joined: 13/07/2017 16:30:06
I've read some stuff I found on the internet generally, but I still don't really know the difference between the two programs.
I get that SongKong is designed to be easier to use, more automatic, but with the same dup checking. I have Similarity and I have used Picard. But I still have a huge mess of tens of thousands of mp3 and aac songs, all jumbled, some probably in bad shape (Similarity tells me), and some good.
I am trying to make sense of the mess, and really what I am trying to do is create folders for each year, e.g. 1970, 1971, and then just dump songs for that year into the respective year's folder. I don't care what album something is on, and I definitely don't want dups, or partial songs, or karaoke, or yet another of the infinite versions of John Denver's Country Roads. I also don't want to spend a lot of time, although I guess once much of the slop is sorted out, I can compare in "Analyze" in Similarity which of two ones I would prefer, based on AAC being better, on high bit rate being better, etc.
But I can't do it for every song.
I also want accuracy, but I don't care, as I said, which track, as long as the song is correctly labeled.
Which of these, Jaikoz or SongKong, woudl be better for me?