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21 May, 2010 10:46 PM
I have over 10,000 songs and over 500 music videos in my iTunes
account. I recently had to restore all of my music and videos back
into iTunes as a result of a hard drive crash. Although I selected,
"overwrite" existing data, I still somehow ended up with several
thousands of duplicate songs and videos. So I loaded my BeaTunes
and I was happy to see that there are four options to quickly
resolve this issue. I don't know how but I goofed it all up and
ended up deleting a bunch of songs and music videos.., AGAIN! I
can't remember exactly what I did but I either selected the data
with the most bitrate or playcount and then told BeaTunes to delete
the rest. Since then I've re-installed what I deleted and I'm back
to square one with duplicate data. What's the easiest way to delete
the right files at mass selection without deleting my files again?
I'm doing everything I can to avoid going through these files one
by one. I really don't have that kind of time.
on 22 May, 2010 01:40 PM
I'm not sure what you have been doing before, but it sounds like
you were pretty much doing the right thing.
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