Czkawka 3.1.0 - new version of my app to find duplicates, similar images, same music, broken files etc.

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  • czkawka

    Multi functional app to find duplicates, empty folders, similar images etc.

    Czkawka uses perceptual hash which for similar images gives similar hash. I wrote about it in instruction -

  • image

    Encoding and decoding images in Rust (by image-rs)

    No, Czkawka uses Image crate which for now doesn't support such image type -

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  • czkawka


  • tqdm

    A Fast, Extensible Progress Bar for Python and CLI

    The one project with a non-english title that I remember very easily despite not knowing the language is tqdm, and it's only because a) taqadum is easily pronounced in English b) it has a short and sweet acronym.

  • img-hash

    A Rust library for calculating perceptual hash values of images

    I'm using default img_hash algorithm - Gradient. It is also possible to use with this library different algorithms -

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