How to Use Video Comparer 1.06 to Find and Delete Duplicate Videos
Video Comparer is a Windows utility that quickly detects video duplicate files on your computer, and can easily delete them. It processes most codecs, finds cropped videos, rotated, noised, and with videos splitted into multiple CDs[^4^] [^7^]. Video Comparer provides a report of scanned files, and synchronized thumbnails of duplicate videos[^4^] [^7^].
In this article, we will show you how to use Video Comparer 1.06 to find and delete duplicate videos on your hard disk. You will need a valid keygen to activate the software, which you can download from various sources on the internet[^1^]. However, we do not recommend or endorse any of these sources, as they may contain malware or viruses. Use them at your own risk.
Step 1: Install and Activate Video Comparer 1.06
First, you need to download and install Video Comparer 1.06 from the official website: www.video-comparer.com. You can choose between the Basic, Standard, or Pro version, depending on your needs and budget. The Basic version is free but has some limitations, such as only scanning up to 500 videos and not detecting image transformations or time shifts[^8^]. The Standard version costs $20 and can scan up to 5000 videos and detect image transformations[^8^]. The Pro version costs $100 and can scan unlimited videos and detect image transformations and time shifts[^8^].
After installing the software, you need to activate it with a valid keygen. You can download a keygen for Video Comparer 1.06 from various sources on the internet, such as Peatix[^1^] or SoundCloud[^2^] [^3^]. However, as we mentioned before, we do not recommend or endorse any of these sources, as they may contain malware or viruses. Use them at your own risk.
To activate the software with a keygen, follow these steps:
Run the keygen and generate a serial number for Video Comparer 1.06.
Run Video Comparer 1.06 and click on the "Help" menu.
Select "Enter registration key" and enter the serial number generated by the keygen.
Click "OK" and restart the software.
You should now have a fully activated version of Video Comparer 1.06.
Step 2: Select Folders to Scan
Next, you need to select the folders that contain the videos you want to scan for duplicates. You can add as many folders as you want by clicking on the "Add folder" button at the top left corner of the main window. You can also remove any folder by selecting it and clicking on the "Remove folder" button.
After adding all the folders you want to scan, you can adjust some settings by clicking on the "Options" button at the top right corner of the main window. Here you can choose the level of comparison (low, medium, or high), the minimum duration of videos to scan (from 5 seconds to 60 minutes), and the maximum size of videos to scan (from 10 MB to unlimited). You can also enable or disable some features such as detecting image transformations (cropped, rotated, noised), detecting time shifts (splitted into multiple CDs), deleting empty folders after scanning, or moving deleted files to recycle bin.
When you are done with the settings, click "OK" and then click on the "Start" button at the bottom right corner of the main window to begin scanning.
Step 3: Review and Delete Duplicate Videos
Video Comparer will scan all the videos in the selected folders and compare them by their content using a robust "video fingerprint" technology[^5^]. It will then display a report of scanned files, showing how many videos were scanned, how many duplicates were found, how much disk space was saved by deleting duplicates, and how long it took to scan. 061ffe29dd