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How to Find and Remove Duplicate Videos with Video Comparer

How to Find and Remove Duplicate Videos with Video Comparer

If you have a large collection of videos on your computer, you may have some duplicate files that take up unnecessary space and clutter your hard disk. Finding and deleting these duplicate videos manually can be a tedious and time-consuming task. Fortunately, there is a software that can help you with this problem: Video Comparer.

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Video Comparer is a Windows utility that quickly detects video duplicate files on your computer, and can easily delete them. It processes most codecs, finds cropped videos, rotated, noised, and with videos splitted into multiple CDs. Video Comparer provides a report of scanned files, and synchronized thumbnails of duplicate videos[^5^].

Video Comparer has unique duplicate detection features that you won't find in any other product. Only Video Comparer is able to detect quickly duplicate videos with image transformations (included scaled, cropped, rotated, â) and time shifted (included division into multiple clips). The comparison powered by an robust âvideo fingerprintâ technology considers only the content of videos, not the file attributes (name, size, â)[^4^].

In this article, we will show you how to use Video Comparer to find and remove duplicate videos on your computer. You will need to download and install the software from its official website[^1^]. You can choose between three versions: Basic, Standard, and Pro. The Basic version is free but has some limitations, such as scanning only 500 files at a time and not showing file names or previews. The Standard version costs $20 and allows scanning up to 10 000 files at a time and showing file names. The Pro version costs $100 and allows scanning unlimited files at a time and showing previews.

Step 1: Launch Video Comparer

After installing Video Comparer, launch it from your desktop or start menu. You will see the main interface of the software, which consists of four tabs: Scan Folders, Compare Videos, Clean Duplicates, and Settings.

Step 2: Scan Folders

In the Scan Folders tab, you can select the folders that contain the videos you want to scan for duplicates. You can add folders by clicking on the Add button or by dragging and dropping them from Windows Explorer. You can also remove folders by clicking on the Remove button or by pressing the Delete key. You can select multiple folders by holding down the Ctrl key while clicking on them.

After selecting the folders, you can choose the scan mode from the drop-down menu at the bottom. There are four scan modes available: Quick mode (fast but less accurate), Standard mode (balanced speed and accuracy), Thorough mode (slow but more accurate), and Custom mode (allows you to adjust the scan parameters). The default mode is Standard mode.

Once you have selected the scan mode, click on the Start Scan button to begin scanning your folders for video files. The software will display a progress bar and a list of scanned files with their details (name, size, duration, format). You can pause or cancel the scan at any time by clicking on the corresponding buttons.

Step 3: Compare Videos

When the scan is completed, click on