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  1. Carl Gaff

    Carl Gaff Second Unit

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    I'm try to locate a good database to catalog my collection of DVDs, Laserdiscs and VHS Tapes (my wife owns these, honest). Any one have any suggestions?
     
  2. Mark_vdH

    Mark_vdH Screenwriter

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    Dvd Profiler!
    It's a free download-able program, and you can also upload your collection. That way you (and others if you want to) can also access your collection on-line.
    Check my signature below for instance.
    It's only for dvd's, though.
     
  3. Bill McA

    Bill McA Producer

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    Try the IMDb's 'My Movies' feature.

    You can catalogue your movies under any format or category you choose.
     
  4. Carl Gaff

    Carl Gaff Second Unit

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    BUMP
     
  5. Douglas Kalon

    Douglas Kalon Stunt Coordinator

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    Try the following site.
    http://www.movieorganizer.com/
    It's a freeware program and as far as I can determine lets you include ALL formats.
    I have not tried this program so I can't tell you anything about it, but it may be what you are looking for.
     
  6. Anders Englund

    Anders Englund Second Unit

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    Since you ask for a software to catatlog more than just DVDs, I'll once again recommend MoCaSys. Drop me a mail at [email protected] for the latest version.
    --Anders
     

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