All My Movies is a movie database manager. The main features are demonstrative and handy vision of all your movie collection; importing screenshots directly from your movie DVDs or AVI files to the database which can help you remember movie using your visual memory and evaluate quality of the movie's picture; fast movie search by any of the database fields; export your movie collection to HTML, plain text or Microsoft Excel format; easy to use loan manager.
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- Added the buttons to the movie card for quick editing of genre, media type and media location directories
- Downloading of the screenshots is much faster now
- Fixed getting movie details from FilmAffinity.com
- Several minor issues were fixed as well
Reviewing 5.4 Build 1283 (Jun 1, 2009)
I have tied several movie organizing programs, and most of them are pretty good. I wanted some simple, easy to use, and preferably freeware.
I've recently discovered Movienizer and it didn't screw up. It's a great soft, does it's job perfect!
Reviewing 4.2 Build 1241 (Jun 7, 2007)
I’ve been searching around the web for awhile now trying to find decent movie archiving software for my pretty hefty collection. I tested out a few, but ended up coming back to All My Movies because it was the only one that met all the criteria I was looking for:
-A simple, intuitive interface
-Downloads information from IMDb (specifically Director, Plot Description, IMDb User Rating, and Year)
-Allows you to specify format besides DVD (specifically movies on CD)
-DVD covers. It seems AMM has the highest resolution auto-downloaded covers, and also shows screenshots (which I didn’t think was a big deal) but really appreciate now for getting a more accurate “feel” of a movie while perusing.
Also nice is when you click on any detail in the movie information field, there’s the option to then sort all movies that share that criteria - like specific genre, director, rating, etc.
I tested Collectorz Movie Collector, DVDProfiler, Movie Organizer, and a few others but they were more intensive, muddled, and didn’t always have the options or graphics I wanted.
Reviewing 4.2 Build 1238 (Apr 15, 2007)
Handy for those who has a lot of dvds in the closet. It should have an option to add more then one movie a time, because it is taking too much of my time for instance with over 300 dvds
Reviewing 3.2 Build 1185 (Feb 20, 2005)
This is an awesome program, and worth buying. It even imports Ant Movie Catalog's movie database file. With this build, the program crashes opening the database, but I emailed the author, and he sent me a older version of the plugin and now it works. In the next build (releases in about a week), this issue will be fixed. He responded within a half-hour, and a few hours later sent me the plugin that made it work. He even offered me a discount!
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