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MPFreaker or Jaikoz?

Posted: Tue Jan 06, 2009 8:59 pm
by spartantiger120
I'm down to MPFreaker and Jaikoz, but I'm unsure which I will go with. Any suggestions on that? Also, does MPFreaker give updates for free for life?

Posted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 2:22 pm
by chat1410
I'm in a similar situation. To my understanding MPFreaker will have free updates until version 2.0.
In playing with MPFreaker and Jaikoz, I think I like MPFreaker better. It's $2 cheaper, doesn't create a playlist, nor does it copy the song it fixes and adds it to iTunes. My only concern is my 2k + library. I fear it will crash MPFreaker when I go to have it fix everything. Can someone please confirm or deny MPFreaker crashing with large (and please say how large) libraries when fixing all of them for the first time? If it does everything to every song that it has done to the 12 or so songs I've tested with, it'll be well worth $20. Unfortunately, I don't beleive MPFreaker does audio fingerprinting so I'm a little worried that it will mis-mark some stuff.

Posted: Thu Jan 29, 2009 4:07 pm
by bed
Worked fine for my ~7500 itunes songs.

Posted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 12:27 pm
by acoustics
I'm an audiophile. Some would call it an obsession.

Mp3freaker worked on my collection of 87,000 mp3s without even crashing once. I used default settings and let it go literally for 6 days before it finally finished. But it didn't even flinch and filled in all the missing info no problem.

Two Thumbs Way up!