DVD Profiler can manage any size DVD collection. It is Internet connected for sharing profiles. DVD Profiler connects to the online DVD database at Invelos. Invelos maintains a constantly growing database of DVDs. Each DVD is entered by one user and shared with all users. If you find an error, you can correct it and automatically share your correction with everyone. Since the database is user-built, it will keep growing. Entry into the collection is one step. Enter the UPC from the DVD case, and DVD Profiler will retrieve the DVD profile from the online database. If you have a DVD-ROM drive, it's even easier: put the DVD in the drive and DVD Profiler asks if you would like to add it.
I've been using this program since before it became Invelos. Nice people before that time. No rebilling, overall a nice program and you can keep your own collections on your computer..
However, I can't give this a full 5. A major drawback is their moderators in approving missing titles. Ones that obviously should be in there. I had one denied because I didn't list the source of the scans of covers. Uh I scanned them smh. They seem to make up new rules whenever they want. And have gotten worse over the past 3-4 years... Just almost wants me to leave them. folks on blu-ray.com are helpful people, point out my errors , help me fix them and resubmit.
Great program if your willing to be torn to bits for submitting a title :( They really need to fix their attitude problem. Become more helpful instead of provoking people all the time. I could dot every I and T and Y and still come up declined. You'd think they would have had The World is Not Enough on Blu ray but apparently not. No wonder the titles are missing. Most people have had it. They won't submit. I'm getting very close to that. They remind me of a a site I won't mention, moderators there won't even listen to the orders of the Webmaster. That site is pretty much dead now. Invelos is headed that way.