easy to work with, you can add cd/dvd code in the comments column for fast finding the disk in your collection, regular updates when you buy it, you also can maintain a harddisk / sd card content list, if you have a large number of drives/cards
after 8 years of use..............none found
great piece of software, does not interfere with you system
i'm using that app for over 6years now & manage 700 cd/dvds & also the content of the back up hard disks (10 of them on fire wire & usb ), never crashed i paid once & get all update/upgrades for free, you can sort the list in clicking on the top like you do in mail and other apps
After a short while, I discovered that Option-clicking on one of the hierarchical arrows expands all arrows. Note that if you want the printed version to show all contents of every sub-folder, then this is what you must do prior to printing because the printed copy will show the contents of only those folders which show on your computer monitor.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. It's true that 4.2.2 had a few quirks and it's also true that this app is often updated, but 'daily' is a little exaggerated.. usually about once every 3 or 4 months and you can always choose to ignore updates or even opt not to check at all for updates.
The basics of DiskCatalogMaker havn't changed for years, but every now and then there is something extra added, like the iTunesque 'CoverFlow' feature, which really makes it nice to look at what already is a fast and stable tool.
I've used it for ages and it is still fast when you throw 250+ disks at it. It still opens in seconds, while it contains over 1.500.000 items.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. Not perfect, but okay, until I printed the list.
No matter ehat I do, I cannot make the list print in a way that will fit on a single sheet...and NO I don't mean lengthwise - it prints 2 pages per screen-full, ignores the paper size, ignores the font size, ignores everything I tell it & does exactly what it wants, which is apparently to waste hundreds of sheets of paper & who-knows-how-much toner, leaving me with a completely useless result.
I will never use this program again, nor will I use anything else by this author.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I used this recently to catalog my whole CD & DVD-R collection, a job that was long overdue. Works very well, with one problem:
The "Find" feature will not find words that you have added to the Disc's name after scanning them. I.e. you add the word "Priority" to a Disc's Name in the catalog for better searching, only to find that a search for discs with "Priority" in the name will NOT turn up the ones you changed. What is the point of being able to modify the Titles if searching them won't turn up anything you modified?