What is the best (free) DVD database program?

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  1. Matt_Smi

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    I by no means have an extensive DVD collection (around 35 maybe) but I would not mind downloading a DVD database program to organize them and such. I remember I used to have DVD profiler on my old computer and it was pretty decent, is that still around? Anyway let me know what you are using, how you like it and where I can DL it, thanks.
     
  2. Andy Goldstein

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    dvd profiler rocks! up to 101 dvds, as of today.
     
  3. Drew_W

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    My signature says it all.
     
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    Not sure this is the place for it though.....(forum wise).....
     
  5. Craig Robertson

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    Drew,
    for those of us that block sigs, what do you recommend?[​IMG]

    i am very happy with DVDProfiler. there are some things that i wish it did, like loaned in dvd's as well as loaned out, but otherwise very good program.
     
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    He has DVD profiler as well, it seems that is the one to get. I have also heard that DVD Afficiando is not bad either, anyone using that?
     
  7. Drew_W

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    He's correct. I don't think Aficoanado has support for adding by UPC though, and since I have a barcode scanner, that's how I do it. Profiler is also a standalone program you can run on your computer which is nice since you don't have to be online to play with your collection.
     
  8. Matt_Smi

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    Thanks for the recommendations; I downloaded DVD Profiler last night. I am starting to put my DVD’s in now; it is just like I remembered it. The only problem is I am trying to find out when/where I bought most of my DVD’s. Anyway it seems like a great program!
     
  9. Andy Goldstein

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    and you can also upload your collection to the net, and access the data from any pc. handy feature!

    ag.
     

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