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Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro is an ultimate photos fixing tool that smoothly scans and deletes duplicate or similar photos depending on the matching level you choose. This captivating tool works with photos from Photos and iPhoto, along with photos from external storage and your system’s hard drives as well. Free up ample of disk space by deleting a large number of similar and duplicate photos in just a click!
Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro works like a charm and has the ability to detect duplicate and similar photos wherein:
• You click photos of the same scene in quick succession to capture the perfect shot
• Your photos are scattered all over the system, external storage devices, Photos and iPhoto and hard drives
• You clutter the system by creating backups of pictures and now want to remove the junk
Why use Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro?
• Drag-and-Drop Folders/Photos
Simply drag and drop folders to easily scan for photos inside them. You can add more photos from your Photos and iPhoto library and other folders as well.
• Custom Comparison Settings
You can fully customize your comparison settings out of the available methods by adjusting the settings according to your requirement, regardless of the image size or format.
Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro is extremely fast when it comes to scanning and comparing a large number of photos within seconds. This is due to the powerful algorithms injected during the development of this tool that make the search of duplicate photos extremely fast, giving excellent comparison results.
• Efficiency / Real-time Results
Without re-comparing photos, you can re-group the comparison results by changing the matching level on the slider in real-time.
• Auto-Mark Duplicates
Use the Auto-Mark feature to mark all duplicate photos in every group except one, depending upon the preferences.
• Compact Viewing
The interface of Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro is designed in such a way that all occurrences of photos are classified into different groups and are viewed as large photos group in each line.
• Quick Look
Before moving ahead and deleting photos, you can have a clear look at them instead of opening them individually, using this feature.
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Minor Bug fixes and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
It’s great, but...
The program is great in that it lets you, the user, control how similar the images must be before they are considered a match. That is a great feature.
Others here have stated that the “delete procedure” on the instructions aren’t clear enough. They have a link on the last step-by-step window that purports to take you to detailed instructions fore deleting from the duplicates album. However, my server won’t let me go there because the link was identified as being “Malware”. It is a pain that you get through the entire pass through the files, choose the actual duplicates and then press the delete key and all that happens is the files are deleted from the album, not the library. With my library of more than 115,000 unique images, the process takes awhile initially. How hard is it to get the developer to show on the last screen that you need to right click and choose delete once you’ve selected all the images in the duplicates folder? (A tip for those who may not know, press command-A to select all the images when the “Duplicate Marked Photos” album is the active window.) Other than this one thing, there aren’t any negative issues. It does exactly what it says it will.
Once this little wrinkle is worked out, the program really is an elegant solution for dealing with duplicate images. It’s great overall.
Performed as advertised
I used this app on a 2015 vintage macbook pro using High Sierra. The app worked for me as advertised and I didn’t need to hit the extra keys that were referenced in several other reviews. I did export the Duplicate Marked Photo’s to an external drive before deleting them from the Photo’s library. Just because I am a belt and suspenders type guy. So far, I haven’t needed to restore anything. And I found that the ‘deleted’ pictures are not really deleted since they end up in the Photos application “Recently Deleted” trash can under “Library”. It says they will stay there for a month before permanently deleting them. That gives my a ‘warm fuzzy” as well.
I tried the “Auto Mark” function and it also worked as advertised, but some of the pictures were not really dups, just very similar. For example, all the black and white pics from my daughters wedding were marked as dups of the originals, so I had to go back and uncheck them after the “Auto Mark” process ran. I would recommend not trusing your pictures to the automark function unless you are more of a gambler than I am.
All in all, I think the program has value (I got it on sale for $.99) and saved me some time and a little disk space since I was able to delete about 500 dups from a library of about 10,000 pictures.
Not as helpful as I wish
I wish it would let me chose which folder to delete out of. I have duplicates in several different folders and I would like to keep them in a specific fold I’ll use “best photos” as an example. It tells the file name but not what folder it is in or even what drive it is on. If I have that same photos saved in my “general" photo library or a "card dump" folder I want to keep the one in “best photos” and get rid of the copies in “card dump” or “general”. I have purposely shrunk down the file size of many files and cropped others so I want to save the SMALLER size (but still not to be confused with a thumb nail) There doesn’t seem to be a good way to do that either. At least if the folder issues was fixed I could put all my edited photos in a folder and then tell it to save all the edited photos and trash all the others.
It does do pretty good a detecting dupllicate photos. Though on screen shots it doesn’t do very good. It thinks becasue the header, footer, time frame and location are the same the whole photo is the same which is VERY not the case. It’s still better than trying to do it manually but I still have to do a lot of looking at each grouping before I hit delete.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.