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    DVD movie catalog software
    Besides Collectorz.com Movie Collector, does anyone know of any other good software I can use on a Mac to catalog my DVD movies?

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    Oh yes! A very awesome suggestion, schweb. We have it here and it's incredibly cool.

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    I also use Delicious Library, or I should say I have it just havent started entering my DVD's into it yet.

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    Delicious Library is pretty cool.

    Has multiple ways to add your movies including just drag and drop the cover art from Amazon.

    And it will catalog movies, music, games, and books. It's even got a place to add friends that you occasionally loan movies to keep track of where they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtomay View Post
    Delicious Library is pretty cool.

    Has multiple ways to add your movies including just drag and drop the cover art from Amazon.

    And it will catalog movies, music, games, and books. It's even got a place to add friends that you occasionally loan movies to keep track of where they are.
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    NeoOffice or Open Office, and use the spreadsheet or database app. But I'm kind of a DIY person.

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    Here are two free programs:

    http://www.fennelsoftware.com/dvdmanager/

    http://jlruggeri.free.fr/index_en.html


    I wrote a review of fennel DVDManager on my blog:

    http://macosxreviews.blogspot.com/20...-mac-os-x.html


    I think both programs are good - and the price is right .

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    If you have a cam on your mac it can scan the barcode and it enters everything for you in Delicious Library. Worth it if you have a large collection.

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    Does the barcode scanning option only work for US barcodes, cause I had major troubles getting it to work with my Aussie barcodes and my imac's camera.

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    ???? not sure it links to amazon so it should.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the8thark View Post
    Does the barcode scanning option only work for US barcodes, cause I had major troubles getting it to work with my Aussie barcodes and my imac's camera.
    Read the website. On the front page it talks around international users.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clairejr View Post
    Here are two free programs:

    http://www.fennelsoftware.com/dvdmanager/

    http://jlruggeri.free.fr/index_en.html


    I wrote a review of fennel DVDManager on my blog:

    http://macosxreviews.blogspot.com/20...-mac-os-x.html


    I think both programs are good - and the price is right .

    Claire
    I looked at both of those. Do either of them have bar code scanning?

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