Looking for a utility to organize files

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Jun 8, 2009
  1. Linkiboy
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    Does anyone know if there is a program that can search for all my music files scattered on my hard drive and put them all into a single folder? (Into my music folder)
     
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    If you are Windows user:

    Perhaps a simple batch file can do that but I don't think it's safe because even Windows folder contain .wav files and many of your games using .mp3 or .ogg and so on.

    So I suggest you to dl this freeware and do it manually.
    http://www.mythicsoft.com/agentransack/download.aspx

    filling in these bold part with your own tastes and Start search
    File *.mp3;*.ogg;*.ape;*.flac;*.blahblah -- seperate it with semicolon ";"
    Look in C:\,D:\,E:\,F:\,G:\,BLAH:\ -- seperate it with comma ","
    Size More than: 1000 -- it's in kb so 1000 means about 1mb. suit yourself.
     
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    Nevermind, thanks for the utility.
     
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    Copy and paste? I'm not even sure that kind of program is exist. [​IMG]

    btw, with laziness, there's no answers... [​IMG]

    Your welcome. Yay?
     
  5. Mr. Awesome/Wack

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    if you have windows (what i use) click start>click search> when that butes up click picture, music, or video> check music> when it's done searching just copy all of it and move it ot your music folder [​IMG]
     
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    use a program called "search everything" type "*.mp3 | *.flac" and so on inside the box, and it'll show you all the files. select everything you want, cut the files then paste into your desired folder.

    [​IMG]

    note: the program can index very quickly, but it only works on ntfs formatted partitions.
     

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