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Softver za kolekcije/kataloge
Citat:Tellico is a collection manager for KDE. It includes default collections for books, bibliographies, comic books, videos, music, coins, stamps, trading cards, and wines, and also allows custom collections; with unlimited user-defined fields allowed. Automatically formatted names, sorting by any property, filters, automatic ISBN validation and full customization for printing or display through XSLT files are some of the features present. It can import CSV, RIS, BibTeX, and BibTeXML files; and export CSV, HTML, BibTeX, BibTeXML, and PilotDB. Tellico can also import data from Amazon, IMDb, CDDB, or any US-MARC compliant z39.50 server.
Citat:Adding items to the movie collection is as quick and easy as typing the film title and selecting a supported source. Griffith will then try to fetch all the related information from the Web.
Citat:GCstar is an application for managing your collections. It supports many types of collections, including movies, books, games, comics, stamps, coins, and many more. You can even create your own collection type for whatever unique thing it is that you collect. Detailed information on each item can be automatically retrieved from the internet and you can store additional data, such as the location or who you've lent it to. You may also search and filter your collection by many criteria.
Citat:If you have many CD and tons of downloaded files, but you aren't able to remember where you put a file when you need it, then Katalog may help you. With this application you can scan a CD and store all the data about each file in a tree structured catalog. You can add as many catalogs as you like. Searching through the catalogs it's easy and fast. The folder to search can be on your drive or on a removable media, such a CD, ZIP or floppy. Katalog saves data in a XML file, compressed on the fly using gzip.
Citat:Alexandria is a program for organising collections of books. It retrieves and displays book information (including cover pictures) from several online libraries, such as Amazon, Proxis and Barnes and Noble; allows books to be added and updated by hand ; enables searches either by EAN/ISBN, title, authors or keyword ; can import and export data into ONIX, Tellico and ISBN-list formats ; features a HIG-compliant user interface ; handles book rating and notes ; supports CueCat barcode readers
Citat:CD/DVD Library/Catalog software. Maintain all your cd/dvds in one single place - a software. Search all the cd/dvds and find exactly what you are looking for.
7. Data Crow
Citat:Always wanted to manage all your collections in one product? You want a product you can customize to your needs? Your search ends here! Using Data Crow allows you to create a huge database containing all your collected items. A lot of work? No! Data Crow retrieves information from the web for you. Including front covers, screenshots and links to the online information.
Browse the massive Amazon database for software and game descriptions. Retrieved information includes an in depth description of the software itself, information on who developed and who published the software, the release date, the platform on which the software runs and the average rating.
The information can easily be retrieved and personalised. Besides the internet information you can enter extra information like software type and location. And much more!
Data Crow contains two separate modules for managing music collections, the Music File and Audio CD module. You can search the freeDB database for your Audio CD or import information about the Audio CD present in the CD drive.
Data Crow imports information directly from your music files and supports all the commonly used audio file formats. You can even play the music file from within Data Crow using your favorite audio player!
Search for your titles in the Amazon database. Amazon has a huge database holding information on any kind of book. Data Crow retrieves descriptions, information about the author, year of release, average user rating, a front cover picture and more! Just like with all the other modules you can easily retrieve this information and ofcourse change it.
8. Hyper's CdCatalog (cdcat)
Citat:The cdcat is graphical (QT based) multiplatform (Linux/Windows/MacOS) catalog program which scans the directories/drives you want and memoryze the filesystem (including the tags of mp3's) and store it in a small file. The used license is GPL. The database is stored in a gzipped XML format, so you can hack it, or use it if necessary :-)
Cdcat can store the content of some specified files up to a size limit if you want. (for example: *.nfo)
Citat:vMovieDB is a movie collection manager for the Gnome desktop.
Citat:GTKtalog is a GTK Disk Catalog program. It means you can create a database of all your CDs or other disks, and browse it or search specific files or folders.
GTKtalog is a tool to make disk catalog: you can use it to create a really small database with images of files and directories of your CDs. Then you can browse all your CDs very quickly, see contents of some files (tar.gz, rpm files ...). You can assign a category and a description to each directory and/or file. You can search files in your database using filename, category, description and/or file information parameters, and find in which CD the file you are looking for is.
Citat:GamCat is a CD/DVD and folder catalogue written in Gambas. It uses sqlite3 server for the database. All dependencies but one are invoked during the installation of the package: you must install the gambas2-gb-db-sqlite3 package manually.
It can browse inside the ARJ, ACE, TAR, RAR, and ZIP archives, but then it requires additional packages (unrar, unzip, unace, unrar) to be installed. The project is almost finished, hopefully the 0.0.28 version will be released within days. It will include abilities for multilingual support, and fix a minor bug.
Here are some key features of "GamCat":
· Scanning removable devices, partitions and folders
· Scanning inside archives
· Advanced search options
· Advanced search result filtering
· Exporting the results
· Browsing the scanned archive file
Citat:Calibre is primarily a ebook cataloging program. It manages your ebook collection for you. It is designed around the concept of the logical book, i.e. a single entry in the database that may correspond to ebooks in several formats. It also upports conversion from a dozen different ebook formats to LRF and EPUB. A graphical interface to the conversion software can be accessed easily by just clicking the "Convert E-books" button.
http://calibre-ebook.com/ + full features
13. Axiope Catalyzer
Citat:Powerful and flexible cataloging system that lets you easily organize and maintain structured records about almost anything.
Citat:A cross-platform media indexing/search tool.
Basenji is an indexing and search tool designed for easy and fast indexing of media collections.
Once indexed, removable media such as CDs and USB sticks can be browsed and searched
for specific files very quickly, without actually being connected to the computer.
Besides file hierarchies and audio track listings, Basenji also presents extracted metadata
(image dimensions, mp3 tags etc.) and content previews of indexed media in a clean and
straightforward user interface.
Basenji has been developed with platform independency in mind right from the start and
presently consists of a GTK+ GUI frontend and a reusable library backend (VolumeDB) that
implements the actual indexing, searching and storage logic.
Key features: http://www.shockshit.net/basenji/features.htm
Ubuntu packages: https://launchpad.net/~pulb/+archive/ppa
Citat:a CD/DVD catalog application for gnome 2.16. Its functionality is similar to the old gtktalog application for gnome 1.4.
It's goal is to be able to catalog your entire CD collection allowing for searches of your CD/DVD files with a clean and simple interface.
CDCollect is written in mono using monodevelop and the gtk-sharp and sqlite libraries.
Citat:CdFly is a crossplatform CD collection manager written in c++ using the brand-new qt4 library by trolltech and storing its data in a sqlite3 database. Supported platforms are Linux and Windows. Mac OS X should work too but is not tested.
Citat:dvdindex is a free, open-source CD/DVD archiving utility to manage a collection of CDs/DVDs. It has built-in encryption support.
18. Gnome Catalog
Citat:Cataloging software for CDs and DVDs. Catalog your dvds/cds and files in your hard disk. Generate thumbnails of files and saves it in the database files. Save the metadata of the files mp3, avis, images. You can export to csv files and import cdcat files.
Citat:qSong is a song database program with multimedia features for worship musicians and other people working with music.
It allows you to store and manage all song-related information, such as chords, lyrics, authors, and copyright. It can also create songbooks in popular formats like PDF, HTML, and ChordPro.
20. Virtual Volumes View
Citat:VVV is an application that catalogs the content of removable volumes like CD and DVD disks for off-line searching. Folders and files can also be arranged in a single, virtual file system. Each folder of this virtual file system can contain files from many disks so you can arrange your data in a simple and logical way. VVV also stores metadata information from audio files: author, title, album and so on. Most audio formats are supported. It is possible to share the same catalog, stored in a network server, among Windows, Linux and OSX computers. The network server is simply a computer running a database server program.
Alex Personal Library Manager --> LINK
AVIManager --> INACTIVE
Bibliomori --> LINK
BookBase --> LINK
Canoe --> LINK
The DVD List --> INACTIVE
Domo Music Organizer --> INACTIVE
DiskSearch --> LINK
DiscDB --> LINK //SQL database catalog
CeeMedia Movie Catalog --> LINK
CDNavigator --> INACTIVE
CDKeeper --> ALPHA
Ghost.pl --> INACTIVE
GNOME Comics Organizer --> LINK
Gwhere --> LINK
HappyDigger --> catalog archeological finds INACTIVE
iBocator file catalog --> ALPHA
MoVe - catalog train collection [commercial] --> LINK
Médiarchiver --> INACTIVE
Monotheka --> LINK
Readerware --> [commercial] LINK
yacat --> LINK //made in bash