What do you guys use to track your DVDs?

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  1. Je-P

    Je-P Stunt Coordinator

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    I am a user of DVDProfiler and this new site, Guzzlefish.com. I used to use DVDAf until it had a few outtages, and now I can't see myself constantly updating 3 different collection trackers. What about you guys?
     
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    I use DVD Profiler.
     
  3. Travis Olson

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    DVD Profiler here too. I like it because it's so comprehensive and you have all the info right on your computer.
     
  4. Leif Wall

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    I use a rack in my room. [​IMG]
     
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    I can't use DVD Profiler, since I am on a Mac, and Proud of being a Mac person.

    So what site supports Mac? Right now I am using this
     
  6. Jenna

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    DVD Profiler 2.1.0 [​IMG] [​IMG]

    ...and anxious for the rumored release of a Pocket PC Version. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  7. Matthew_Millheiser

    Matthew_Millheiser Supporting Actor

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    I use a Pocket Poodle named "Moe".
     
  8. Patrick McCart

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    DVD-Af.

    It's easy to use and you just have to click. DVD Profiler takes way too much time to catalog.
     
  9. Debbie E

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    DVDProfiler. I like the filter option, especially to be able to see how many TV boxsets I have. I like it even more now that I figured out how to add the TV genre to those that should have been assigned to it but weren't.

    Does anyone know a way to add a customer identifier to be able to sort by it? I.e. Columbia House DVDs. Also, does anyone know how to graph by price paid, not SRP? Thanks! [​IMG]

    I used DVDAf before but I like DVDProfiler better.
     
  10. Tom Vet

    Tom Vet Stunt Coordinator

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    I use a flashlight to see what disc, is in the changer, if not if it's in my red composition book.

    Filled with Quill white out typewriting correction fluid to stay in line the ever changing alphabetical names or numbers like 2010. [​IMG]
     
  11. Reginald Trent

    Reginald Trent Screenwriter

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    Where do you find DVD profiler?
     
  12. Rob Lutter

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    DVD Aficionado is what I use.

    http://www.dvdaf.com

    No software to mess with an a very clean presentation [​IMG]
     
  13. Dan Rudolph

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    Lojack.
     
  15. Gary_Morris

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    DVD Profiler here too.
     
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    streeter Screenwriter

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    DVDAF. I've used Profiler and it wasn't my cup of tea. DVDAF seems the easiest and I think the lists look better than they do in Profiler. Just MHO.
     
  17. Chad A Wright

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    Being a Mac user (thank God), I use a good ol' Excel spreadsheet. It works great for my purposes.
     
  18. Tom_Bechet

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    DVDprofiler here as well.
    Simple because of the UPC/EAN
    nice to get those statistics
    and also displays international versions of DVDs
     
  19. John Stone

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    I wrote my own tracking software.

    Guzzlefish looks really good.
     
  20. Adam_D

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    DVD Profiler here. it's simple to use and gives me all the info i want in one place.
     

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