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I'm looking for some help in trying to find a (preferably free) media organizer for Macs that let you organize a database for things such as your dvds, games, books, etc. Examples of this would be applications such as DVDpedia, Bookpedia, etc., except I'm looking for a totally consolidated program.

For whatever reason, I'm having a heck of a time locating one. I know of Data Crow, but that doesn't seem to want to work as it's a Java-based application and doesn't like Apples own version for some reason.

Anybody have anything they can recommend?
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It's not free, but I use Delicious Library....

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