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Old 01-30-04, 08:28 PM
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Program to Track DVDs on a Handheld?

Does anyone know of good program for Palm/handhelds to track DVDs? Something like dvdprofiler or guzzlefish? Thanks.
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Old 01-30-04, 08:34 PM
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I've been wondering the same thing, I have a Clie and it'd be great to just transfer my online list into my PDA.
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Anyone? Self serving bump.
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Man those programs are hot! I may have to pick one up. Thanks L. Gowron!
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Any of those able to import data from dvdprofiler? I read the descriptions and some of them talk about exporting to CSV format, but nothing about importing.
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What I do is to export a csv file from DVD Profiler, massage it the way I like it in Excel, then load it onto my Palm using QuickSheet (or whatever desktop-synching spreadsheet you use). Works great and I don't have to do data entry twice.
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I personally use Mobile DB. Made my own database from imported DVD Profiler data and it works great.
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I personally use Mobile DB. Made my own database from imported DVD Profiler data and it works great.
Me too
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I've been using Readerware VW: http://www.readerware.com/
It's a Java-based program that uses a bar-code scanner to identify items, and then scans various web sites to obtain the data for import. I started using it for managing my book collection, but have added the CD and DVD and Palm options since then. I like it, but it may not be to everyone's taste. The bar-code scanning is so much faster that it was worth it to me for that reason alone. I scanned in my 800+ DVD collection in an evening. Right now they have a bundle for sale that includes a scanner.
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If you use DVDProfiler and have a PocketPC, you can try this:

http://darius.mobius-soft.com/~andre...pocketpc.shtml
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