Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Bman, Sep 23, 2007.
Title says it, is there a free one out there, or whats the best one?
I use Movie Collector from Collectorz.com, its not free but its only like 30 USD and seems to suit my need.
I use DVD Profiler:
DVD Profiler looks good, just wish it was free!
Directories do it for me .
Oh, you mean actual DVD collection, those antiquated round disks? Yeah, ehm ....
hahaha oh yea I guesss im old???? uh what
and just noticed that DVD Profiler is basically free, just after 50 dvds u need to pay for it.
Believe me, it's worth it. If you have a PocketPC you can buy a version for it and sync the two.
Yea I really like it, once I have a few extra bucks I'm going to pay for it.
Thanks for it.
No problem, you can even upload your collection online:
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Nice collection, I only have 21 DVD's so far, I love DVD's.
People collect things, this is my thing.
Thanks, my favourites are disaster movies as well as some sci-fi ones.
I have been looking into these now that this post has been created. I have over 1000 DVDs and I need some way to organize them. So I'm looking into this, but the only problem is, is that I can't use this to help me find what movie I'm looking for in my collection. Say DVD rack 5 section 2. Something like that.
I do like the looks of these programs in that it gives the info on the movies quickly and easily. That would be helpful. But I'll also need to make a printed copy of my list for easy access.
I was just wondering, I am going to one day build a crazy media pc computer, and run something like MythTV or something like that, you think there is anyway to incorporate DVD Profiler into that, where maybe if i clicked on the movie it would play or what not...
If someone finds this thread and is searching for an app for the Mac to do this, take a look at Delicious Library
i run "my movies" on my medaicenters
organizes dvd/hdvd/bluray/tv box sets/xvid rips etc
the database is sharable on your network
compatible with mce2005 & vista (not sure about xp)
yeh or Notepad!:dead:
Just checked up on this thread.
DVD has an option to create a report which can be printed out. It's customizable too.