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Introducing TuneFUSION

Introducing TuneFUSION

TuneFUSION's one purpose is the synchronization of audio, from your main library to a different device or location:

Right now it will only synchronize to a local removable disk (such as flash disk for the car), future updates will add:

Dropbox, etc
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Rather than a simple synchronization program, TuneFUSION's power stems from its ability to selectively encode certain file types, knowing about lossy and lossless formats. To apply transformations on the encoded files (such as reduce album art size, or volume normalize). The selection of files is impressive also, with abilities to create a 'New Albums' listing on the device which self updates each synchronize.

TuneFUSION is available here:

Re: Introducing TuneFUSION

Reply #1
Big update adding:

Remote Sync (through the Internet)
Sync to Network Folder

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Reply #2
Sounds perfect for what I need.  Unfortunately it's Windows only. Will there be an OSX version any time in the future?

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Remote Sync (through the Internet)

Can it do delta copying - i.e. transferring only the parts of the file that is changed? (That would be the tags, presumably.)
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Re: Introducing TuneFUSION

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OS X might appear in the future.

Delta copying is not currently supported.

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