A “FREE” way to inventory your movie collection…

If you are looking for software to manage and inventory your movie collection; then look no further, you need EMDB – Eric’s Movie Database.  EMDB is a FREE, very user friendly application that has the ability to import (download) specific movie information into the database (i.e. exact title, genre, production year, thumbnail cover preview etc.). You simply enter the title of your movie into the database and EMDB connects to the IMDB (International Movie Database) to populate the database with the movie information. EMDB is in constant development and is popular worldwide, as noted by the  numerous languages which it is available.  I have been using this software for several months to track my movie collection and have found it quite good; however, be prepared for numerous updates, as the author is geared toward developing a quality product.

Eric's Movie Database

EMDB is a small utility to keep track of your DVD collection. With an automatic import from the database of IMDB, export to csv, text or complete website, thumbnail cover preview, a loan tracker, search function and multi-language user interface. EMDB is written in C++ using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and doesn’t need a .NET framework or any other external libraries. And best of all… it’s free!

EMDB is available in several languages: English, Dutch, Danish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Slovak, Spanish, Hungarian Croatian, Swedish, Greek, Catalan, Czech, Norwegian, Japanese, French, Finnish, Polish, Russian and Turkish translations are included in the setup.

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  1. An outstanding share! I’ve just forwarded this onto a colleague who has been doing a little research on this. And he actually bought me lunch due to the fact that I found it for him… lol. So allow me to reword this…. Thanks for the meal!! But yeah, thanks for spending some time to talk about this issue here on your blog.

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