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Where can I track the Blu-Rays I own? (1 Viewer)

Bart

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I used to use a site called dvdtracker.com for my DVDs. Apparently I was unknowingly supporting "Pro-gun stuff for pro-gun folks". :frowning: Anyway, are there any similar sites or software out there for tracking Blu-Ray purchases? Back in the early days of DVD collecting, I loved adding new purchases to my list and moving movies from the "Want" category to the "Own" category. :)

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Brian Borst

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DVD Profiler is the best known (and the actual best, to me) program for tracking your collection. The Premium version costs 30 dollars (paying for it is the only downside to it, actually) and you can add DVDs, as well as HD-DVDs and Blu-Rays. Excellent program.
 

Adam Gregorich

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I second DVD profiler. I've used it for years and been very happy with it. You can filter your collection by disc type (DVD, HD DVD, Blu-ray).
 

Bart

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Thanks guys, I installed DVD Profiler on the weekend to try it out. I liked it so much, I purchased the premium version to take advantage of all the features! I love the extended functionality and customization available via the various user-designed plugins, reports and layouts. I checked out the other programs and sites suggested in this thread as well, but DVD Profiler seems to fit my needs perfectly. Now I just have to spend a few days entering UPC barcodes!

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UPC bar codes? Do people really enter those by keyboard (vs a bar code reader or a disc reader)? Is the accuracy of going that route really worth the effort (assuming the database is actually *that* accurate)?

For myself, I just type in the first several characters of the film title name and then pick the one that looks right to me (if there are multiple choices).

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MarkHarrison

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I like knowing I have the right profile entered. If you enter by title, you stand a greater chance of getting a wrong UPC. And if that happens, you'll probably never get any updates to the profile.
 

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I’ll add another vote for DVD Profiler.

I've used the purchased product for years and find it to be the best one available.

As for entering UPC codes, I use a handheld bar code scanner that does a great job.
 

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