Bolidesoft Releases Movie Cataloguing

Aug 16, 2005


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Bolidesoft has released All My Movies 3.6, a utility for cataloguing movie collections. It supports all formats—new ones (DVD, Video CD, AVI, and MPEG files) and old ones as well (VHS tapes, for example). The program also helps track which movies are loaned, which ones are borrowed, etc. The program is specifically designed for DVDs and works automatically with all digital carriers.

Once a user has inserted a DVD or scanned a hard drive, the program will extract all movie information—title, director, actors, description, genre, languages, subtitles, etc. If absent, this information can be imported from online movie databases, like IMDb.com, with one mouse click or entered manually. All My Movies features a tree-like database structure, so the program owner can sort movies by genre, actor, or director. The application can capture movie screens for DVDs and AVI files and attach them to the database. User comments can be added too. Movie data stored with All My Movies 3.5 can be exported to HTML, Microsoft Excel, or plain text files. In addition, the program comes with password protection options to prevent unauthorized access and a straightforward loan manager. The program supports third-party plug-ins, including database import from other popular movie cataloguing applications.

A new feature of All My Movies 3.6 is the ability to look up all movie information by barcode from a DVD's back cover and German online movie database support for importing movie details in German. All My Movies 3.6 is distributed electronically over the Internet, with a free demo version available online.

(www.bolidesoft.com)