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MediaMan

Editors' Review

by   / October 02, 2009

MediaMan provides users with an innovative way to manage all their books, movies, and music. While the program does an excellent job of performing its primary function, its special feature was another story.

We were able to breeze through the program's drab listing of its commands because the program is laid out with a simple click-and-drag interface that felt natural from the start. Populating our media collection was surprisingly fun, since we only had to enter an item's name, bar code, or keyword for its image, title, year, and production information to be automatically downloaded from the Web. We've tested other programs that require users to do this manually, so we really liked the time and energy saved. Books, movies, and music were automatically placed into a category-based file tree that we could edit and search. Unfortunately, its features weren't this smooth. Its description promised an online price-monitoring tool (PAT), but we couldn't locate it. Whether it is a design flaw of making the item hard to locate or it simply doesn't exist in this program, we were frustrated. But even without the PAT, we were still impressed by the ease of managing our media collection with this tool.

MediaMan comes with a 30-day trial. While it doesn't live up to all its promises, the programs functionality was surprising and accurate and we still recommend it.

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Editors' Review

by   / October 02, 2009

MediaMan provides users with an innovative way to manage all their books, movies, and music. While the program does an excellent job of performing its primary function, its special feature was another story.

We were able to breeze through the program's drab listing of its commands because the program is laid out with a simple click-and-drag interface that felt natural from the start. Populating our media collection was surprisingly fun, since we only had to enter an item's name, bar code, or keyword for its image, title, year, and production information to be automatically downloaded from the Web. We've tested other programs that require users to do this manually, so we really liked the time and energy saved. Books, movies, and music were automatically placed into a category-based file tree that we could edit and search. Unfortunately, its features weren't this smooth. Its description promised an online price-monitoring tool (PAT), but we couldn't locate it. Whether it is a design flaw of making the item hard to locate or it simply doesn't exist in this program, we were frustrated. But even without the PAT, we were still impressed by the ease of managing our media collection with this tool.

MediaMan comes with a 30-day trial. While it doesn't live up to all its promises, the programs functionality was surprising and accurate and we still recommend it.

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Full Specifications

General

Publisher He Shiming
Publisher web site http://www.imediaman.com/
Release Date March 01, 2012
Date Added September 01, 2011
Version 3.10.1109

Category

Category Home Software
Subcategory Home Inventory Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows XP/Vista/7
Additional Requirements None

Download Information

File Size 13.08MB
File Name MediaMan3Setup.msi

Popularity

Total Downloads 84,708
Downloads Last Week 2

Pricing

License Model Free to try
Limitations 30-day trial
Price $33.95
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