A user-friendly application that comes in handy when it comes to organizing your DVD and movie collection, as well as the items you loaned
|Version||2019 14.0.5 Build 2825|
|Updated||December 23 2019|
Code Aero Technologies N/A N/A
|Crack Size||18.4 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Movie Label is a software that you can use to manage your collection of movies.
The interface of the application is well-organized and simple to navigate through. Movie Label can be easily used by individuals of any experience level.
So, you can add movies or TVs show by typing the title or barcode, import them from your hard drive (e.g. AVI, WMV, MOV, MKV) and add items to a wishlist.
But you can also browse your movie collections, check out all items that you have loaned, as well as view statistics (e.g. per studio, language, genre) and print a report.
When you add a new entry, you can input the media title, edition location, date of purchase, region code, as well as movie title, tagline, IMDb rating, trailer, and many more.
Furthermore, you can create backups, use a search function, set Movie Label Crack to randomly select a film, update the cover art, enable automatic updates for movie information, customize columns and the title size, and others.
Additionally, you can add new genres, countries, media types, audio formats, languages and certifications to the existing database, export cover arts, create a view, rename video files, re-number all media, and so on.
The program takes up a moderate-to-high amount of system resources and includes a comprehensive help file with snapshots for rookies. We haven't encountered any difficulties in our tests, since Movie Label did not freeze, crash or display errors. We highly recommend this application to all movie fans.
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