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A good disk cataloging software

I'm looking for a program ala MPEG Audio Collection for all my cds. Something like WhereIsIt  CD Bank or Advanced Disk Catalog. It´s a plus if it's well alive and under development. I don't want to go through the tedious work of scanning all my cds & then having to redo it tomorrow.

Any tips?

A good disk cataloging software

Reply #1
I use Offline CD Browser

http://www.anderssoftware.com/ocdb/

It is free, but not open source.

I'm not sure how good it is in comparison to alternatives, as I have never done one (or felt the need to).
I'm on a horse.

A good disk cataloging software

Reply #2
Thanks, I'll give it a try...
Not too many replies. Does anybody else have a favourite?

A good disk cataloging software

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Thanks, I'll give it a try...
Not too many replies. Does anybody else have a favourite?
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Havent really compared a lot, but i use ADC and really like it. It does a quick job of scanning.

 
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