DVS Helps You Detect Modified Videos

Videos take up a lot of space on just about every computer hard drive. There's no way to get around it, considering that almost everything we do online involves videos at some point. One way to deal with this issue is to find and remove unwanted video duplicates. This might sound easy, but it can sometimes be a bit more time consuming than you'd expect. Fortunately, there are programs like Duplicate Video Search that can locate and remove video copies with ease.

Although there are lots of programs capable of locating video duplicates, DVS is unique because it's able to detect modified videos; an important factor that most other detectors overlook. Instead of limiting scans to simple details like checksums and runtimes, DVS looks below the surface and "watches" your videos. This allows DVS to detect modified videos based on content rather than labels. Regardless of quality, resolution, cropping, scaling and lots of other changes that occur before making a copy of a new movie, DVS can "see" whether two videos are the same.

All you need to do is show DVS which folders to scan, and it's able to detect modified videos no matter where they are hiding on your hard drive. The bigger your collection, the more disk space you can recover by locating and removing unnecessary duplicate video files. See for yourself what a difference the Duplicate Search Tool can make by downloading the free trial. After the first scan, you can adjust the sliding sensitivity scale to either boost or reduce the level at which you'd like DVS to analyze your videos.

You don't need to be a professional video editor to take advantage of Duplicate Video Search. If you're someone who so much as casually uses your computer to watch videos, there's a good chance that DVS can help. Of course, you don't know how much space you're losing to all those extra videos until you run the first scan. So what are you waiting for? Download your free trial copy today!