Is there a way to organize your movie collection? Yes, and it's pretty simple if you use the ultimate movie organizer tool: Movienizer.
Features of Movienizer 6.0
- Create an interactive movie catalog the way you like it.
- Find information about a particular movie, download DVD cover.
- Find information about an actor, actress, director, screenplay writer, download photos.
- List all movies with the given actor/actress, or by the given director, screenplay writer etc.
- Easily navigate between movies, actors etc.
- Customize the content (reviews, pictures, biographies, comments, rating) of each page.
- Organize your movie collection by specifying the exact location of every DVD, Blu-Ray disc, HD-DVD, video cassette, or other media.
- Inform yourself about future movies with your favorite actors, actresses, by your favorite directors, screenplay writers, and so on.
- Easily select a movie you'd like to see again without searching through all of your physical media. Your collection is in one place and easily accessible.
- Find and mark the movies you want to see in the future.
- Take snapshots directly from your DVDs or video files.
- Add a DVD using barcode.
- Play your movies with the built-in player.
- Search your database for a specific entry.
- List your movies by genre, year, name, director, actor etc.
- Take notes about movies that you give to your friends or acquaintances (loan manager).
Changes in Movienizer 6.0
- Previous versions of Movienizer worked fine with information in the default system's language. However, if you watch movies from different countries, you may be interested in saving original titles and other details properly. Movienizer 6.0 now fully supports Unicode and can display information about movies and actors in any language. You can use plain Latin letters, accented letters, German "umlauts", Cyrillic letters, Han characters, and pretty much anything else - all inside a single database, without switching your system locale to this or that language!
- See full changelog here
Do you like movies? If so, there may be quite a number of video cassettes, DVDs, HD-DVDs, Blu-Ray Discs etc. on your shelves, racks, behind your TV-set, under your bed... From time to time you find a movie that you never expected to have, sometimes you can't find a DVD that you are sure you've purchased.