Media Catalog
Media Catalog
4.4

3.8

Media Catalog free download for Mac

Media Catalog

4.4
13 September 2010

Catalog your removable media.

Overview

Media Catalog Media Catalog indexes your removable media, such as Backup CDs and DVDs so that you can quickly and easily find your files.

Don't remember where you put your 2004 financial statements? Media Catalog will tell you it's on your January 2004 Backup CD. Just double click on it to have Media Catalog ask for the CD, and open the file for you!

What's new in Media Catalog

Version 4.4:
  • Fix- Double click on catalog in Finder opens that catalog again
  • Bugs- Various small bugfixes
  • Interface- Small tweaks
  • Compatibility- Improved Snow Leopard (10.6) compatibility

12 Media Catalog Reviews

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Semioticmonkey
12 May 2008

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In my opinion this trial version is a bit too much crippled and renders the trial period unusable. First, you are limited to 5 media in the catalog. How i'm supposed to see if it fits my need with, say, 300+ media? Second, it keeps popping its register screen on every start up. It is like a clerk continuously remembering you need to buy the book you are flipping through if you want to read it all. I know that! Leave me alone reading here and there to see if it is an interesting reading! Feature wise, has some quirks which need attention. It is not keyboard friendly and so you need to switch to the mouse to move from the task pane to the main form. For a strange reason it is not coming with any result if you use wildcards. It has a strange delay between the media eject and the aplication updating itself with new media indexed. All in all, it is a good application but i keep testing alternative in search for the better fit for my bucks. At this time, i'm more oriented to buy CDFinder (i'm trying it and it is keeping me nervous with the same absurd remainder behavior. What gives with the media cataloging software Developers?!).
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Version 3.8.5
Filou53
30 April 2018
Link seems to be broken
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Version 4.4
Coluch
06 February 2013
Have been using this app for a few years. After a recent re-install, I had to get it again, but the developer has abandoned it. Using Archive.org I found the developer had made the app free by providing the license code on his website, but now even the website is offline. Now I can't purchase, or register for free because it is simply GONE. Can anybody provide the free registration info the developer provided before his site went down?
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Version 4.4
JamesHarrisPhoto
14 December 2011
The developer discontinued this app as of September 1, 2011.
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Version 4.4
3 answer(s)
Lvdoc
Lvdoc
08 January 2012
He was good enough to let you download it and provide a serial number. Right now, free works for what I need. Thanks developer!
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Dr-Dave
Dr-Dave
27 July 2012
It's a shame to see this discontinued. It has come in very handy for me and always worked well. I'm hoping for a comeback. In the mean time, it still works so I'll keep using it.
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Coluch
Coluch
06 February 2013
Can anybody provide the licence information since this is now discontinued freeware? The developer's site is offline, and I have this app locked without the free licence code that was on his site.
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Sum1
18 March 2011
To the Developer. PLEASE ADD AUTO SERIALIZATION OPTION. It is much easier (at least in my experience) to serialize and organize all DVD's and CDs by name and serial numbers (comes in handy when you have many "Untitled" CD.
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Version 4.4
Semioticmonkey
12 May 2008
In my opinion this trial version is a bit too much crippled and renders the trial period unusable. First, you are limited to 5 media in the catalog. How i'm supposed to see if it fits my need with, say, 300+ media? Second, it keeps popping its register screen on every start up. It is like a clerk continuously remembering you need to buy the book you are flipping through if you want to read it all. I know that! Leave me alone reading here and there to see if it is an interesting reading! Feature wise, has some quirks which need attention. It is not keyboard friendly and so you need to switch to the mouse to move from the task pane to the main form. For a strange reason it is not coming with any result if you use wildcards. It has a strange delay between the media eject and the aplication updating itself with new media indexed. All in all, it is a good application but i keep testing alternative in search for the better fit for my bucks. At this time, i'm more oriented to buy CDFinder (i'm trying it and it is keeping me nervous with the same absurd remainder behavior. What gives with the media cataloging software Developers?!).
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Version 3.8.5
Cowmonkey
08 August 2007
It seems to be working again. Thanks for your patience.
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Version 3.7
1 answer(s)
MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
08 August 2007
Yes, it is accessible now, thanks for the 'heads up'.
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Version 3.7
Cowmonkey
03 August 2007
I'm sorry to report that my website is down, and will be for a few days.
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Version 3.7
Tom-luinstra
30 July 2007
Great program for easy searching large archives. We use it for about 1000 DVD's / CD's. And even with this "big" archive its fast to use. Since version 3.7 its a lot faster then before. In my opion its the program you need for easy archiving CD's / DVD's.
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Version 3.7
007-Walter
13 April 2007
Great app, does just what it needs to do without a lot of bells and whistles...
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Version 3.6
Hines
09 March 2007
by far the WORST app for this sort of thing. It hangs, there is NO way to determine which separate NAMED catalog you're dealing with at the moment, and there's not even an pictorial icon feature to show what file you're dealing with... Oh yeah, it crashes to no end.
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Version 3.6
1 answer(s)
Cowmonkey
Cowmonkey
13 March 2007
"by far the WORST app for this sort of thing. It hangs, there is NO way to determine which separate NAMED catalog" The concept is that you have one (1) catalog which contains all volumes added. Once you search you can easily see which items are on which volume. "even an pictorial icon feature to show what file you're dealing with..." Now I do believe there's that large thingie at the bottom which shows a large icon which depicts your filetype in just the way the Finder does. "Oh yeah, it crashes to no end." How about instead you go online giving me a bad name, you ask me first if I happen to know why this happens, or possibly give me a chance to fix it. Every Media Catalog user will tell you that I always reply, and try to fix their problems as soon as possible. But ofcourse that would require you to undertake positive action, while it is way easier just to go online and flame the application.
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Version 3.6
$24.99

3.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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