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How to Bypass duplication technology

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    doubleTwist Support

    Hello,

    What cloud account are you using? OneDrive? Google Drive?

    CloudPlayer indexes songs based on the metadata so please check that the metadata is actually different for the songs that you're trying to add to your music library.

     

  • Marcel Zemp

    I would also appreciate the option to switch off the deduplication mechanism. This - in my eyes - somewhat weird obsession of "cleaning up" and deduplicating songs might apply to pop songs. But in classical music or jazz this is complete nonsense. There one wants to have the "other" 1st movement of a Mahler symphony or alternative take of a Jazz piece of the same name by the same group. So valuable resources and time could be saved by just not trying to be smart and removing "duplicates". I want everything in my collection - even if I have a song twice.

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  • Juan CB

    I have the same issue, I deliberately have the same songs on different folders, for example, a song in an original album, and then as part of a "best of" album, CloudPlayer only pulls through one of them, it's ridiculous, I want to see a exact copy of the folder and song structure from OneDrive, not a manipulated version. PLEASE ADD FUNCTIONALITY TO SWITCH OFF THE REDUPLICATION MECHANISM

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  • doubleTwist Support

    Hello,

    If the song has a different "Album" metadata value, it will not be skipped.

     

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