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How to search MP3 length in Windows 10 - HELP!

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Hi folks,


I'm at my wit's end at the moment - I'm using Windows 10 File Explorer, and trying to figure out how to search my music drive (which I've indexed under Indexing Options) for MP3 files of a certain length (that is, 2 minutes 30 seconds). There are 100,000 odd MP3 files, all in different folders on this drive, and I know there's a way I can do it - but the search terms I'm using just aren't working - consistently coming up with zero results.


What terms should I be entering into the search bar to find an MP3 file of LENGTH at exactly 2 minutes 30 seconds?


I've tried "length:2:30", "length:150s" and various other combinations but it's not working.


Has anybody here got any ideas as to what search terms I should be using?


Thanks a lot in advance!


Edited by rocky6081, 22 February 2017 - 10:29 AM.

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