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Catalog your movie collection with Filmotech, a database-driven program that lets you add art and other information from the Internet for any movie on your list.

The first time you open Filmotech, you'll be asked to create a database. A wizard helpfully walks you through the few short steps. You'll then be prompted to add your first movie, and we have to say we were impressed with how quickly it found movie art, descriptions, and actors when we opted to Add and Search the Internet. You can bypass the search, but we liked the extra information, especially the links to view the trailers when available. You can also indicate whether or not you've seen the movie and if you've loaned it out. Movies are then listed on the left with details displayed on the right. There's little attempt to dress up the database, but the controls are easy to follow and the program is intuitive to use.

If you're a movie buff, this is a streamlined way to track your collection. It isn't flashy, but it works well and it won't cost you a dime.

 
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Publisher Pascal PLUCHON
Publisher web site http://www.filmotech.info
Release Date July 22, 2015
Date Added July 22, 2015
Version 3.51

Category

Category Home Software
Subcategory Home Inventory Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows XP/Vista/7
Additional Requirements None

Download Information

File Size 18.45MB
File Name Installation_filmotech_351.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 1,929
Downloads Last Week 1

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License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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