Movie Label 2010 v5.1.1.966-iNViSiBLE

Software, Multi-Media. August 20, 2009 by CONFiG.

Movie Label 2010 v5.1.1.966-iNViSiBLE | 15.53 MB

Do you have a collection of movies and look for the most efficient way to manage it? Look no further... Movie Label 2010 is the answer to your problems.
Features and Benefits
* Save time. Quickly get your movies into the program by typing title, barcode or scanning your harddrive for movie files.
* Save money. Never purchase duplicate DVDs.
* Save more money. Never loose a DVD on loan again.
* Finding those golden oldies becomes a breeze.
* Get the full picture with statistics and reports.
* Future proof. Catalog any kind of media (DVD, Blu-ray, Divx, etc) and add your own media types if required in the future.
* Show the full width of your collection to your friends, including movie trailers.

Easily Organize Your Collection. Extensive information about your movies and TV-Series is downloaded from online databases. No typing required! Catalog any kind of media (DVD, Blu-ray, Divx, etc) in a database without limits.

One-Click Sort & Search. Sorting your movie database is as easy as clicking a button. When you search, the results are displayed as you type. Advanced sort and search in several levels is also available.

Keep Track of Loans. Make sure you never lose a DVD again thanks to our easy-to-use loan management.

Print Reports and Export Your Data. Printing and exporting your data is only a mouse-click away. The Professional Edition also enables you to create your own reports (or edit the existing ones).

Manage Multiple Collections. You can can create any number of databases and keep them separate.

The Most Reliable Solution. Movie Label is built on a rock solid database engine that does not slow down the product when the database grows big. There is no upper limit to the number of items that can be stored in the database.

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