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Old 14th March 2006, 11:22   #1  |  Link
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in need of some CD&DVD catalog software...

hello, i am in search of the best CD&DVD catalog tool or software that is out there, i am willing to pay money..., i was searching the web and found whole bounch of them, but i really don't know which one to pick... i just need the best, most popular.... in case no one has any idea what i am talking about... i need software thet will autoscan DVDs and remember automaticaly the content of the DVD by filenames, dates, sizes of files, and stuff like this, (and content of file if posible)

lots of thanks in advance
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Old 14th March 2006, 13:24   #2  |  Link
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Whereisit does the job quite good.
http://www.whereisit-soft.com/
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Old 14th March 2006, 14:17   #3  |  Link
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/me likes a simple one, using flat db:
http://home.planet.nl/~gaale131/df_home.htm
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I use Ant Movie Catalog for my collection. Has lots of scripts for finding DVD info. Not quite fully auto, you run a script, type the title and it goes out to IMDB to get all the info. Has fields for home made DVDs too (bitrate, resolution, media, filesize, etc.)...http://www.antp.be/software/moviecatalog/

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also Ant Catalog is opensource (free).
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Old 15th March 2006, 11:50   #6  |  Link
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I use Advanced Disk Catalog. Even though its name concern "advanced" it is simply to use and fast enough. http://www.elcomsoft.com/
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Old 27th March 2006, 14:31   #7  |  Link
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well, i know its been a while, but i tried every one of them, and i think ... WhereIsIt beats them all, this function of searching inside archives... i think it's a blast !!!

if you know of any better... tell me mooore, i am in a research phase now)), i am trying all of them
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