David Wardle, Editor / Informer Technologies, Inc. / January 23, 2013
This set contains free applications that let you create and manage databases of movies, helping you keep track of the films that you own, you've watched, you loaned or that you just want to watch or own in the future.
Download solution synonyms: Free Film Database Organizer, Free Video Library Manager, Freeware Film Catalog Manager
These programs can help you with what you're intending to do:
This free program provides you with a convenient form for organizing your movie disks. You can enter the title, the category, the names of the featured stars, the lenght of the film, and other useful data. Useful for home movies collections, videoclubs, schools, video libraries and other institutions.
With Personal Video Database you can catalog your movie collection fast and easy. Thought-out user interface and different database management function make it easy to create and manage big movie databases. Powerful filtering, grouping and sorting help you find movies very fast.
GCStar is a cataloging/collection management application. It is an open-source project that currently works on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platforms. GCStar allows you to manage your collections of books, movies, series episodes, and many others. The input of data is carried out very easily. You can add movies by simply typing their names.
The My Movies Collection Management product lets you maintain and manage your entire movie collection. My Movies Collection Management can be used also for storing the high quality movie database.You can either manage titles that you have stored on your computer, or home storage device, or you can manage titles you have on the shelf in your home
My Movie Library is an application that can help you keep your movie collection organized. You may store both artistic movies and personal videos filmed with your own camera. There is a smart function which allows you to look for artistic movies in IMDB. The program doesn't have useless functions.
Movies Database is an application that helps you manage your movie collection. The primary role of this application is to help you collect movies, save information regarding these movies, and find them out easily. You can save movie information like title, released year, genre, artists, location where the movie is saved (whether in the harddisk of your computer or in optical disks), etc.
Griffith is an open-source DVD cataloging application that really works well. There is something about open-source projects that have the same functionality as commercial applications. They usually do the same, but for free. And sometimes, they even work better. Griffith could be one of those applications.
MeD's Movie Manager will help you to make your own movie database without resort to the additional means. The program is free and has open source code, it only requires Sun's Java Runtime Environment. You have the opportunity, to add movie information from IMDb or getting from media files.