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Any suggestions of a good freeware database to catalogue my DVD/Bluray/UHD collection.
I use Gsoft4U Music collector for Cds etc and looking for somthing similar for Films.

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Any suggestions of a good freeware database to catalogue my DVD/Bluray/UHD collection.
I use Gsoft4U Music collector for Cds etc and looking for somthing similar for Films.
I absolulely love My Movies as I have been using them around or over 10 years and their desktop application is free and lets you keep track of all your stuff.

After many many years of getting good use from this app, I finally decided to pay for their mobile app, which is around $8, and it's well worth it as you can do all you can do from the desktop app on it with the added convenience.

They even give you a free website to host your collection that you can access wherever there is an internet connection. Here's mine: http://c.mymovies.dk/superfist/groupwned
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I think only the mobile app lets you scan the barcode which makes adding more convenient by scanning rather than having to type them in manually.
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I think only the mobile app lets you scan the barcode which makes adding more convenient by scanning rather than having to type them in manually.
The desktop application also has the barcode scanning option. It's just that while every phone has a camera to use and is more convenient, not every desktop computer has a webcam (at least mine doesn't and never will!) so I think this feature is less utilized on the desktop side of things.

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