Ahh, besides GSpot Codec Information Appliance
, another one I find I cannot live without, is a a program named Ant Movie CatalogAnt Movie Catalog
is a freeware program made to manage your collection of movies DVD, CD (VideoCD, DivX, ...) and tapes.
FeaturesUser interface translated in several languages: English (default), Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish Can store catalog in two file format: its own binary format or XML Import information from Internet (using scripts); by default it includes scripts for IMDB (US), Allociné (FR), DVDFR (FR), Monsieur Cinéma (FR), Culturalia (ES), OFDb (DE), and lots of others User-customizable links to do a search on movie websites Information importation from avi/divx files (audio & video codec, bitrates, resolution, framerate, size) Scripting technology, using Object Pascal language, allowing to modify catalog: Find & replace, moving field values, ... Printing, using customizable templates Export to other formats: HTML (based on a template that you can modify or create yourself), SQL commands (to re-import data in a DBMS such as MySQL), CSV (text files, can be used as tables with Microsft Excel for example), Origons.com Import from other formats: CSV (Microsoft Excel can create such files, but a plain text file can be used too), Divx Manager, BaseDVDivx, Origons.com Can store pictures inside catalog or link to external files (recommended for large pictures) Supports PNG, JPEG and GIF Loans management Statistics with chart and pies Can display the list as a tree, where movies are grouped by a specified field Tested successfuly under Windows 95 & 98 (avec quelques mises à jour), Windows NT4 Workstation (SP4 required), Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Professional
It is so hard of course, to pick just a few, if like most of us, I assume, you have 100+ pieces of software to choose from?Another one I just cannot live without, nor should anyone if they are particular about their MP3 Tags, is, MP3-Info Extension MP3Ext is an extension for the Windows Explorer.
It enhances it, so you can get information in many ways: A PropertyPage is installed, where you can fully edit the ID3-Tag An icon-handler for individual icons is included too Tooltips, when you simply leave the mouse over the MP3-file (only with IE4.0 Active Desktop) The features in more detail are: install/uninstall feature running on Win95 / WinNT 4.0 multithreaded easy to use GUI editing of multiple files ID3v2 support: this includes unlimited strings, classic support, ... automatic generation of the ID3-tag from the filename exporting the information in a file or clipboard customizable Tooltips it's giftware Although I have a few different programs installed, such as EncSpot, MP3 Tag, etc, etc, I find that I reach for this one the most.It is just a simple right click on properties of the song, or folder and you can tag single or albums in a pinch.This is a must for the real MP3 user.