I've got a LOT of my movies converted over to avi,mkv etc; and for these I use Thumbgen...easy enough, point it towards the movie file and it collects the movie info from IMDB.
However, as I've still got many many more movies still on disc, I can't point it at anything to be 'detected'
Is there a similar type of program that I can say, manually input the IMDB number for a film, and it will do what Thumbgen does (obviously without all the usual video sizes, bitrates etc..)?
Thx for any help.
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Not that I'm aware. Programs like Thumbgen are a frontend for media that is always accessible.
There are numerous other programs available if you are just wanting a database/inventory of all your media files.
DVD/disc oriented: http://dvd-collection-software-review.toptenreviews.com/
There are numerous other geared toward computer media files/movies as well. Depends on exactly what you are trying to do.Google is your Friend
Thanks for that list, I'm working my way through them. I've downloaded the trial version of Movie Collector and it seemed ideal....but there's no option to export movie details to a jpeg
I'll keep looking - thanks again for that though!
Any particular reason you need to export as a jpeg?
What you are doing and why may give someone an idea of what software may work better.Google is your Friend