Can Anybody ?

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theblackpig

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se unió: 09/13/2012

Can anybody tell me of a program to find dupliciate photos ?

Magic Banana

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se unió: 07/24/2010

If the pictures are exactly the same, any file duplicate detector will do the job, e.g., rdfind or fdupes (both are in Trisquel's repository). There exits some graphical interface to such commands (and others). FSlint, for instance, is in Trisquel's repositories.

If the images were modified (e.g., resized), take a look at findimagedupes, which is in Trisquel's repository too.

theblackpig

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se unió: 09/13/2012

@ Magic Banana - thanks

MagicFab
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se unió: 12/13/2010

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Le 12-11-03 12:14 PM, name at domain a écrit :
> If the pictures are exactly the same, any file duplicate detector will do the job, e.g., rdfind or
fdupes (both are in Trisquel's repository). There exits some graphical
interface to such commands (and others). FSlint, for instance, is in
Trisquel's repositories.
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+1 for fslint, quite precise.
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Platypus333
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se unió: 12/10/2010

The GNU Image-Finding Tool ( GIFT ) may be of use for duplicate photos of different file type.

http://www.gnu.org/software/gift/

Package names in Trisquel :

gnuift
gnuift-doc

Darksoul71
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se unió: 01/04/2012

I have used fdupes for this with good success.

I had a lot of duplicate due to the fact that I stored multiple folders keeping my handy pics and movies. This resulted in a waste of space.

Benefit of fdupes about other tools IMO: It also can process movies which might be often part of camera specific content.

Disadvantage so far I found:
fdupes asks for any found duplicates for manual input. I found a trick to get around this and only keep the first file:
yes 1 | fdupes -rd /*

Mind you that fdupes is a bit slower than other tools but I found it working very nicely.

Darksoul71
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se unió: 01/04/2012

Great...this phantastic software has swallowed the path prefix because of brackets.

Of course you need to specify a path for the search pattern:
yes 1 | fdupes -rd path-to-pictures/*