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Posted by: Admin
« on: September 10, 2019, 21:22:13 »

Sorry for the delay.
First check your automark setting, you need disable unneeded algorithms and select correct thresholds. See example:
Posted by: Samjack13
« on: August 15, 2019, 21:14:10 »

I've purchased the Premium version of Similarity and I'm trying to used it to remove duplicates in about 300+ gigabytes of music, about 80,000 files in total.

I've been following along with the tutorial. After spending 6+ hours scanning my library I selected the Results: Audio tab and attempted to have it Automark files. At this point, Absolutely Nothing Happened.

I expected it would take a while to automark everything but there is no indication of any progress. I can clearly see many duplicates in the list, but none of them are marked in any way and the option to delete marked files remains greyed out, along with every other option to manipulate the results.

I don't understand what I'm doing wrong? This program can automatically delete duplicates right? I can't sort through over 7800 duplicates manually! What did I pay for?