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rlyster

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I have a drill when I download or burn music files. First I run Foobar2000 to add Replay Gain; then Jaikoz to get everything it offers; then MP3Tag to clean things up a bit and add missing artwork; then I move the files to my audio library; then I run MusicIP (yes, I know it's old, but Spicefly Sugar Cube and Squeezebox use it). Music IP does a first run at duplicate file deletion as well, and because I purchased the product, it will select the "lower fidelity" files to delete. Finally, once a week or so I'll run EF Duplicate MP3 Finder to remove more duplicate files (missed with MusicIP).

I suppose the easiest add-on for Jaikoz would be Replay Gain information, and that would save me at least one of these steps. As to the rest of these things, perhaps I could do them with Jaikoz - I just haven't spent the time to learn how.
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paultaylor

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You can delete duplicates in Jaikoz, and it also picks the lowest quality files.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
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Unfortunately, Jaikoz will not load all of my files at one time, making it particularly difficult to locate duplicates (which may not have been loaded). I've tried increasing the amount of memory allocated to Jaikoz by using a batch file, but still no luck.

Of the things that need to be done, finding and removing duplicate files is perhaps the least important - and it can be done in several different ways. I will employ at least two of these on a fairly regular basis MusicIP and EF Duplicate MP3 finder).
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paultaylor

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rlyster wrote:
I've tried increasing the amount of memory allocated to Jaikoz by using a batch file, but still no luck.
 

And are you starting Jaikoz using the batch file?
If you look in the Jaikoz console window you can see how much memory has been allocated to Jaikoz at startup, if you have extra memory available this should definiently let you load more songs if it is doesnt you have a problem and should send me support files.

ReplayGain has been requested a few times, I havent looked into it yet though.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
 
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