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Hey /a/ I remember seeing a thread about this before, but that was when my image collection was smaller. I am in need of a program that can scan my images folder for dupes, and as an added bonus (not required) be able to batch rename images.

Windows compatibility is good, perl scripts are fine too. Opensource is better than free.

Pic relevant to my interests.
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I use DoubleKiller. Pretty useful, free, and light enough to carry around in your pen drive.
I used to use another one that checked seeing how similar images were, but it was slow as hell and ended up forgetting the name...
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sage for furry

in b4 denial10%fags
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>>10213527
seriously it's an anime character get over it.
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>>10213527

10% isn't furry, never was, and is official otaku mascot.
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http://www.keronsoft.com/dupdetector.html

what i'm using since ever.



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