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Yeah, collectorz.com's movie collector is an excellent program. A question for other people using this program though: Do you have to get the more expensive premium version to be able to get your list of films up on the web?
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I've recently started a site for storing collections, called http://taglibrary.net . It's based around tagging, hence the name.

It's region 2 only at the moment. If anyone would be interested in updating for region 1, let me know and if there's enough interest, I'll put in the work!

I'm currently adding support for books, games and CDs which should be released in the next few weeks.

It's still in the early stages so some features may be missing, but let me know and I'll try to add them!

Best of all it's free. It's supported by affiliate links so you can donate by buying your DVDs from an affiliate site if you want to!

My DVD Collection - http://taglibrary.net/mydvds/list/alan.aspx
demiscy wrote: WHAT IF the dvd is a copy? how will you get the barcode then?

For games and CDs : http://www.collectorz.com have equivalent programs for archiving!


Thanks.
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If it's a copy you're a thieving sod who shouldn't be inputting it into DVDProfiler in the first place.
WHAT IF the dvd is a copy? how will you get the barcode then?

For games and CDs : http://www.collectorz.com have equivalent programs for archiving!
Intervocative's DVD Profiler is great for using as a library - to enter dvds you just type the barcode number - et voila - its in your collection. I just have the free version, but have often considered paying to get the full version - has anyone done so?
I have a dumb question. I am currently in the process of archiving my dvds on DVDAficionado.com. When you type in a search and it turns too many results (i.e. "The Thing"Wink, how do you add it to your collection?

And on a sidenote, is there an equivalent archiving website for cds and video games?

Forgive my ignorance, but I was just wondering.
I just use Collectorz.com programs and make my own!
Yeah, I use DVDAficionado, mainly because I category movies with 4 stars. But I tried DVD Spot and I liked that one too. But it doesn't have a few of my titles.
Check out Listal.com. You can use it for dvds, books, music, and movies in general. It's pretty nice. One major problem is that the dvds are limited to region 1 and 2. It's still in beta, so I'm hoping that will change.
Intervocative's DVDProfile  This is what I use.
DVD Collection Websites
Hi Everyone-What are the addresses of other DVD collection websites out there besides DVDspot.com and DVDaficionado.com