DVD Collector can perform lots of strikingly useful functions - you'll be able to add screenshots, view actors' and directors' biography, play your videos right from the program and even generate a video playlist! Enjoy your movies with DVD Collector
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Home Library Software 2.7 Home Library Software performs absolutely well organizing your books, while you're having a rest! Just enter the book title - all the rest will be done by Home Library Software! Don't remember where your favourite book is? Ask Home Library Software!
Movie Inventory 6.5 Movie Inventory is a state-of-the-art movie collector. It offers lots of opportunities to movie collectors. Using Movie Inventory, add movies easily, sort and group movies to your taste, set coloured marks to movies and get a dream collection!
Description: It's exceptionally easy to use a cutting-edge DVD Collector. To add a movie to your collection, you don't have to manually enter any data. All "dirty work" is done by DVD Collector. You are just to choose an online source, you perform a search in, and here you are! You'll also have a chance to use popular online cover databases and have nice covers for your movies! You can add hundreds of movies in several minutes! Or even use a barcode scanner!
Book Collector Pro - Collectors Edition 1.0 Book Collector Pro - Easily organize your books and manuals. Quick, powerful sorting makes referencing your materials very easy. From the smallest collection to the largest
The Collectors Crown SE 5.2.71 A database for discerning collectors of Antiques, Art, Books, Ceramics, Carnival Glass, Coins, Maps, Notes, Stamps, Videos, CD's, DVD's or Photos, that has a very attractive
A season of plenty for DVD collectors Rust never sleeps, as Neil Young said, and neither does DVD - even on holidays. Mike Clark's menu is so full of new titles, here's an expanded roundup of recent releases or titles out Tuesday, just in time for last-minute holiday shopping.
Why Collectors Are Crazy For Chinese Art Back in the 1960s and 1970s, when Jim Eccles was working as an IBM systems engineer, he fell in love with the work of the late Chinese artist Chao Chung Hsiang, who was then living in New York. Now 69 and retired, Eccles still loves the seven colorful pa