Large amounts of storage for your photos may be cheap, but modern cameras can blaze away at speeds in excess of 10FPS, and this can lead to a great many similar, if not identical, images being taken. Snapselect offers image recognition that can run while importing pictures from your camera as well as on existing Aperture or Lightroom libraries or folders on a hard drive to help you cut down on duplicates.
While iTunes 11 is running a little late, it is expected to drop on us this month. When it arrives, it will be the single biggest change to iTunes since the introduction of the iTunes Music Store. To prepare for this large update, you may want to prepare your iTunes library, adding album artwork, correcting album titles, and getting rid of duplicates. By cleaning up, you’ll have a better experience when iTunes 11 is released and installed on your Mac.
Initially we all had just one Mac and one iPod. We’d dutifully sync our iPod with our Mac, and life was grand.
Then we got a MacBook, another iPod, and finally, an iPhone. Soon it
was apparent that our music library was scattered across multiple
machines and the idea of trying to figure out which machine had which
songs became an onerous task. So we just threw them all together,
resulting in tons of unwanted duplicate tracks.