Software to remove duplicates in iTunes

I would like to install software that will find duplicates in iTunes and then delete the duplicates, and then update the library accordingly.
Manual removal of duplicates resulted in files then not being found.
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>>  Manual removal of duplicates resulted in files then not being found  <<  then it loooks they were not duplicates imo
Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
After deleting the duplicates, what you need to do is to rebuild the library as it will still contain the orphans; but, that process was complicated by the release of iTunes 12.2 which stopped creating and updating the iTunes.XML file.  Here is an article on how to have iTunes create the XML file so you can rebuild the library:

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The library pe say is only like a shortcut link description to the music files. Not the actual tracks.
There should be several places all the files are one for playlists and one for library.
The default folder for Itunes Library ie in your my music  iTunes files is in your profile you could simply go to this folder rightclick ( windows) and sort in groups. Then you could see the duplicates.
If you store any of your iTunes files outside the default iTunes folder? you need to select them as well.
Use iTunes to sort and organize your files in the preferences settings.
Learn where to find, how to move, and how to organize your iTunes media files.
Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
It's the correct answer and holds true for Media Player, too.
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