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DJitalSneaky

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I wanna load all songs so I can run a dupe check. Can anyone recommend a recipe for accomplishing this task?

Why do I use iTunes you say? Because its database is like visa, accepted everywhere.
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Alfg

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Use enough memory (about 6 to 8 GByte)
Use Jaikoz.bat and adjust the memory-part (see elsewhere here in the forum)
Load your 40k tracks (it takes a long long time to load all the tracks)

(I loaded about 100k tracks at once and it took about 12 hours or more to load)

using Jaikoz 9.1
DJitalSneaky

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Best I can do is 4 gig ram. That ends that. Thanks for the reply

Why do I use iTunes you say? Because its database is like visa, accepted everywhere.
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Rob

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iTunes has a pretty good dupe check feature that you could use.
rpm4fsu

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If you use a Mac, you might want to look at

http://dougscripts.com/apps/dupinapp.php

Robert
 
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