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09-10-2003, 09:13 AM
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I currently have CD Catalog Expert, but find two big limitations.

1. It puts each category into its own folder and each CD/DVD into its own file. This quickly eats up space needlessly.

2. You cannot print a complete report of a category, only a disk per page.

I am looking for a cataloging program that keeps all the info in one file, or one file per category. Also allows for flexible pringing of the information.

Any sugestions?
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Ant Movie Catalog is the software you are looking for. Look here:

http://www.antp.be/software/moviecatalog

I catalog all my movies using this and print customized reports to help me find them. Best of all, it is freeware!

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09-10-2003, 02:43 PM
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Wil,
I know VM has suggested ANT in the past,
but i've tried about 15 diff ones,,,and i settled on eXtreme Movie Manager
previously DivxManager. http://www.binaryworks.it/extrememoviemanager/index.php
The older versions were and still are freeware, if u can find them,
But even at $10.00 per license, it's a steal.

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Wil,
I know VM has suggested ANT in the past,
but i've tried about 15 diff ones,,,and i settled on eXtreme Movie Manager
previously DivxManager. http://www.binaryworks.it/extrememoviemanager/index.php
The older versions were and still are freeware, if u can find them,
But even at $10.00 per license, it's a steal.

ztr
I second that. Great Proggy!
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09-11-2003, 06:32 AM
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Many thanks, I will check them both out.
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