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Old 10-10-2010, 12:34 AM   #61
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Moviecollector http://www.collectorz.com is the very best IMO, beats out even DVD profiler
This is what I have been using for a while now and I love it. I use their game collector as well.
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Old 10-10-2010, 04:26 AM   #62
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I put which number Blu-ray and how much I spent on the title in the detail on here.
Yup, me too. I love that I can keep a record of everything here, and the bonus is I can text or email the profile address to anyone and they can look at it to pick out a movie, etc. I can see it on my phone, and can even save it offline. It's rare I need a ton of data about the movie, and if I do, it's just as quick to search Wikipedia or IMDB.
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Old 10-10-2010, 06:23 AM   #63
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How easy is it to surf the different titles once loaded? I'm using a Droid and have been thinking about this app...
When you open the app, it is just an easy scroll (assuming you mean AFTER you have your titles scanned in). It works very well IMHO. Since it's free, it is worth a look. I scanned in about 30 movies today in about a 1/2 hour.
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Old 10-12-2010, 06:56 PM   #64
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Why doesn't anyone use IMDB's My Movies? I've used it for years with over 350 titles. Best of all, it's free.
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Old 12-20-2010, 06:57 AM   #65
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Wow guys lots of good info in here, I was looking at Movie Collector as I've seen DVD Profiler before, but I do like the sounds of Profiler now. I'll have to use the free version for now, maybe after Christmas pick it up in full. I like the idea of being able to see from anywhere online my collection.

A lot of talk about it syncing with a mobile device, so would that come handy when you're in a store about to buy a Blu-ray and want to double check the make sure you don't already have it?

Also can you pick up any UPC scanner and have it work with DVD Profiler?
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Old 12-20-2010, 07:54 PM   #66
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DVD Profiler for iOS is now available for your iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
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Old 12-21-2010, 12:54 PM   #67
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Also can you pick up any UPC scanner and have it work with DVD Profiler?
As long as it work with your computer/OS it will also work with DVD Profiler.
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Old 12-24-2010, 07:16 PM   #68
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DVD Library allows you to catalog, manage and save your DVD on Mac from a library of visuals. Simply enter a part of the title or the UPC DVD (including Blu-ray), DVD-Library automatically retrieves the DVD cover and all relevant information on Amazon. It also allows you to perform a full backup of DVD quality on your Mac.
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Old 12-30-2010, 11:39 PM   #69
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DVD profiler for me. I have just got the i-pod version as well. Very handy to take around as current collection well over 3000 and ever now and again I forget what is in my collection. Must be my age. Certainly saves on purchasing the double ups. With the i-pod version you don't have to have the PC version but certainly helps if you do. Just a warning this software has just been released and does have the odd bug but still works well and is being updated as I write this. Also like the fact that you can contribute ideas as to what you might like on the program at the DVD profiler home page / forums.
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Old 12-31-2010, 01:49 AM   #70
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is there any free movie catalog for android?
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Old 01-01-2011, 06:47 AM   #71
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How about MediaBrowser.
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Old 01-01-2011, 12:06 PM   #72
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hi , can you advice me , should i buy collectorz movie collector for mac or delicious library for my blu ray collection
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DVD profiler for me. I have just got the i-pod version as well. Very handy to take around as current collection well over 3000 and ever now and again I forget what is in my collection. Must be my age. Certainly saves on purchasing the double ups. With the i-pod version you don't have to have the PC version but certainly helps if you do. Just a warning this software has just been released and does have the odd bug but still works well and is being updated as I write this. Also like the fact that you can contribute ideas as to what you might like on the program at the DVD profiler home page / forums.
Thanks for posting this! I didn't know there was an iOS version. I picked it up after reading this and it's great! I used to print out a page for each movie and keep them in a binder for browsing. Now I can just use the iPad and it works/looks fantastic.
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Old 01-01-2011, 07:27 PM   #74
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I recently purchased DVD Profiler and absolutely love it.

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Old 01-01-2011, 07:34 PM   #75
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Does anyone know a free catalog program for Mac that does good artwork?

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Purchased DVD Profiler last weekend. So far, we really like it. Been thinking about getting a UPC scanner as well. Any recommendations?
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If you're OK with keeping it in the "cloud", Your Media Library at Amazon is the best free collection organizer I've found.
Has anyone else tried this feature? My understanding is that it's supposed to track the items you've purchased through Amazon and automatically add them to your collection, but none of my past movie purchases are shown. I can't manually add items either; it gives me "Failure. Please try again later."
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Old 12-23-2012, 07:41 PM   #78
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DVDpedia. You can even replace movie covers with another image, like a poster, whatever you like. I think it's something like delete the current image, if there is one, then drag your image onto the image space. There is a free trial, but it's limited to a few movies, so you'll have to pay about $20 to get full use of it, but try it first.

It handles Blu-rays, too. You can search for movies to add via the internet or create a custom entry, even if there is already one (or more) in whatever database(s) the program checks. I've found it easiest to modify an entry the program finds via the internet; however, those entries can contain erroneous info, like price, cast, rating, etc., but I do get to use the best artwork that I can find.

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I use MyMovies on my PC. It allows you to scan the barcode of the dvd/blu/hddvd etc using a webcam and auto populates some of the following:

Back and front cover, Actors/Directors list, Disc numbers, Blurb from back cover of dvd or blu, rating and why and much much more.
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I just started using MyMovies for Mac, and my initial reactions are positive.

I love holding up the barcode to the webcam and getting the title added automatically, and I love the simple aesthetics of the interface - it is made to look like a metal bookshelf. The lack of clutter (no stupid wallpapers) is appreciated.

I don't know how other programs compare, but since the cover art is all contributed by users, the quality varies. I've rescanned some covers that I felt were not scanned well. And I've scanned some titles that were lacking covers, or grabbed some from the reviews section of this here website. But I don't have time to do that much.

I wish studios would deliver front and back cover art to some kind of centralized database which programs like these could draw from, much like Gracenote does with the front covers of albums.
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I use MyMovies as well, but only for my Blu-ray collection. Link action below to a couple slideshows I had worked up showing what it looks like to navigate the contents of a couple of my Blu-ray boxsets within the MyMovies for WMC7 interface.

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