How large is your multimedia collection? Does it make your disk racks creak under the weight of CDs and DVDs hosted on them? If its that bad, how do you manage to remember all that you have there and locate something well lost under this digital treasure pile?
The best way out of this mess is creating a catalog of all the stuff you have and keeping it up to date. While the majority of catalog-maker solutions require you to enter all data in the catalog by hand, the only thing youd have to do by hand with InsideCAT would be inserting a disc into the drive; the program will grab and sort out the data automatically. The softwares collector is so powerful that it will not just make a long list of what you have but automatically place the stuff into proper categories, so you can easily find whatever you need within a moment or so.
The applications interface is amazingly familiar, and you can even use it as a replacement for your Windows Explorer. The catalogs content pleases an eye like never before; graphics files are accompanied with thumbnails and EXIF metadata, and multimedia content shows up along with disc covers. There is even a built-in cover designer, where you can create your own covers or customize existing ones.
The softwares capabilities really impress; it supports over a dozen of compression formats and «understands» almost 30 multimedia formats, automatically reads and processes the majority of modern file archives formats and features powerful built-in search functionality.
With such an engine installed on your desktop, you will be able to easily navigate a data collection of any size. The catalog browser can handle collections of thousands of CDs and DVDs and millions of files; you just may need to have more memory to speed up its operation. Small and safe, it does not touch any system folders or registry, and leaves no mess behind, should you decide to remove it from the computer.