Video Similarity the Key to Accurately Finding Video Copies
Video similarity is an often overlooked challenge when it comes to maintaining a healthy, organized hard drive. So much of what we do these days involves video that it's important that we pay attention to how many videos we have stored on our hard drives, and manage them accordingly. Not so sure? Stop for a second and think about all the stuff you use the computer for that involves watching or downloading videos.
Having a tool that can identify video similarity is an important addition to any video enthusiast's toolbox. What better way to start down the path of a faster, smoother running computer than to remove all those large, duplicate video files that are acting like an anchor on your processor? Don't think you have duplicate videos on your computer? You'd be surprised. Every time you copy, cut, paste, render, rip or save a video file, you run the risk of accidentally creating a video copy.
The longer you've had your computer; the more videos you've downloaded; the bigger this problem becomes. While the idea of going through all your videos may seem daunting at first, Bolide Software has developed an amazing little tool that helps you trim your video collection back to a manageable size. The Duplicate Video Search tool scans your videos, looking for any that share a high level of video similarity. It then provides a list of matches letting you modify, move or delete any copies.
Download the free trial version today and see for yourself how many duplicate videos are hiding in your computer. The easy-to-use interface will guide you through the process of setting up your first scan, and before you know it, you'll be on your way to a faster, smoother running machine. To learn more about DVS and how it works, check out this informative how-to guide.
(installation file for Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10)