The Ant Movie Catalog is a great program that will help you stay on top of your movies even if you have limited time and patience. This program will turn your random assortment of DVDs, videos, CDs, and even laser disks into an organized catalog. You will be able to input information about your movie collection easily.
You can choose to either input this information on your own, or import it from an external file or another Internet data source. I personally really like how it automatically pulls up a big window filled with fields that you can use to catalog your collection with. These fields include what the original title of the movie was, what the translated title of the movie is (for films in foreign languages), who directed the movie, who produced it, which actors and actresses starred in it, the year that the movie was filmed, a URL hyperlinking to the movie's site, the format that the movie file is in, the languages that the movie has been translated to, the critic's rating of the movie, the date that you included the film in your collection and more. One of my favorite cataloging fields is the one that allows me to note which family members or friends I want to loan a film to.
Overall, I thought the fields were extremely comprehensive, and the software program responded quickly to any changes I needed to make to the fields. The other aspect that I really liked about this program is that I can easily import external photos and files in various formats, like JPG, GIF, and PNG. If you've got so many movies and DVDs on your hands that you can barely keep track of how many you have, let alone which titles are in your collection, you need to check this program out. It will make your life easier, and it will certainly give you a little more peace of mind to know that your movies are cataloged in one place. Another really cool feature that I like is the ability to run statistical formulas on your movie collection, with outputs including pie charts and graphs. This way, if you ever need data on the types of movies you own (broken out by your various field categories), you can quickly access that information with help from the program. You can also get this information in a tree display, with movies grouped by the field that you've specified.
Organize your movies on various formats, like DVDs and CDs!
This program is open source.