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SubjectDVD cataloging software new Reply to this message
Posted byChachiSqrPants
Posted on03/21/05 06:08 PM



Know of any good ones?

CSP


Subjectedit.com [nt] new Reply to this message
Posted byJoffeman
Posted on03/21/05 06:23 PM



> Know of any good ones?
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> CSP
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SubjectDVD Profiler new Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on03/21/05 06:56 PM



http://www.intervocative.com/dvdpro/Info.aspx

I use it and love it. Never registered it, though one of these days I'm sure I will.

actually, I haven't updated my catalog in like 2 years... going to be going home next weekend and I want to wait to get all of my shit together before I update it with all of the shit i've bought over the last 27+ months.

....actually...fuck..i may as well start working on it tonight. Fuck it.

It's pretty cool because you can enter in just the UPC and it grabs ALL of the information for you and then allows you to publish the report to the web.

and stuff.

Come to think of it, maybe I should register this.




SubjectThanks! -nt- new Reply to this message
Posted byChachiSqrPants
Posted on03/21/05 06:58 PM



> http://www.intervocative.com/dvdpro/Info.aspx
>
> I use it and love it. Never registered it, though one of these days I'm sure I
> will.
>
> actually, I haven't updated my catalog in like 2 years... going to be going home
> next weekend and I want to wait to get all of my shit together before I update
> it with all of the shit i've bought over the last 27+ months.
>
> ....actually...fuck..i may as well start working on it tonight. Fuck it.
>
> It's pretty cool because you can enter in just the UPC and it grabs ALL of the
> information for you and then allows you to publish the report to the web.
>
> and stuff.
>
> Come to think of it, maybe I should register this.
>
>


CSP


SubjectOh, and on a sidenote new Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on03/21/05 07:01 PM



You have the share the URL of your collection once you get done putting it up :)

(i'll share mine once i update it)




SubjectRight on new Reply to this message
Posted byChachiSqrPants
Posted on03/21/05 07:18 PM



Though I counted today and have only 168 discs (not movies, discs), so probably around 80 or so movies.

CSP


Subjectedlin.com *nt* /bin/ed new Reply to this message
Posted bywildcat
Posted on03/21/05 07:59 PM



> > Know of any good ones?
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> > CSP
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Subjectstill missing a few new Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on03/21/05 11:05 PM



http://www.intervocative.com/dvdcollection.aspx/RoushiMSX

Going to try to finish it off this weekend. I need to go to bed.




SubjectHah, Vision Quest new Reply to this message
Posted byChachiSqrPants
Posted on03/21/05 11:23 PM



http://www.intervocative.com/dvdcollection.aspx/ChachiSquarePants

I can't figure out how to get different info on the website portion, it just shows the title and number.

CSP


SubjectYou are so much cooler than I am legally allowed to comprehend *nt* new Reply to this message
Posted bywildcat
Posted on03/22/05 02:06 AM



pathetic me


SubjectDVDProfiler on the web is better when you register new Reply to this message
Posted byLordEvilElmo
Posted on03/22/05 05:12 AM



As right now, it's only displays a partial collection. I would register mine too, but I have no ,$ or to do so.

I shall post my DVD colection in a bit though.


SubjectRe: Oh, and on a sidenote new Reply to this message
Posted byMojo42
Posted on03/22/05 05:14 AM



I have been using it quite awhile now,I lub it! My list:
http://www.intervocative.com/DVDCollection.aspx/sparkyx




> You have the share the URL of your collection once you get done putting it up :)
>
> (i'll share mine once i update it)
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>





SubjectI'm irked there's no widescreen version on DVD new Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on03/22/05 06:10 AM



ditto for Bonnie & Clyde and Powerpuff Girls The Movie :(




SubjectMy incomplete List new Reply to this message
Posted byLordEvilElmo
Posted on03/22/05 09:57 AM



http://www.intervocative.com/dvdcollection.aspx/LordEvilElmo

Not complete, I've got about 50 flicks of at my folks and GFs houses. But, gives a general idea :) Not bad for a student I'd say.

When twilight dims the skies above
Recalling thrills of our love
There's one thing I'm certain of
Return...
I will...
to old...
BRAZIL.



SubjectI hate you new Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on03/22/05 11:06 AM



I want those "The Work of Director..." DVDs :(
I keep forgetting to buy them when i have the money though




SubjectIn all fairness, they are an uneven bunch Reply to this message
Posted byLordEvilElmo
Posted on03/22/05 12:53 PM



Spike Jonze is only good when doing something whacky or when he is shooting in 35mm. Everything else is rather dull.

Chris Cunningham is a genius, but there is nothing insightful on the disc. The making of 'All is full of Love' is on there though, which I guess is interesting.

Michael Gondry has by far the best disc - a really good look at a magician of film, also has loads of extras.

Be warned though Jonze & Gondry are on shitty flipper discs, which are nigh on impossible to keep scratch free, even in the cases <_<

PS - I think I have a right to hate you more - you've got loads of films I want but can't afford ;P

When twilight dims the skies above
Recalling thrills of our love
There's one thing I'm certain of
Return...
I will...
to old...
BRAZIL.



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