DVD2Browse
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Drag and drop DVDs onto the drop box and catalog them.   Shareware ($29.95)
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DVD2Browse reads DVD data, allowing users to import DVDs (discs, disc images, Video_TS folders) and to organize their DVD collection. When the user drags and drops a DVD onto the media drop box, DVD2Browse will automatically scan data to collect movie information like duration, dimensions, aspect ratio and frame rate. If Auto shot is enabled, DVD2Browse can also take a movie snapshot out of the first VOB file (VTS 01_01.VOB or equivalent) unless the DVD data is encrypted. Or turn it off to work with encrypted DVDs.

This trial version is fully functional for 2 weeks. It may not be
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later, QuickTime 7.5 or later (used to convert images to JPEG).



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Downloads:406
Version Downloads:406
Type:Multimedia Design : Video
License:Shareware
Date:04 Feb 2010
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $29.95
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DVD2Browse reads DVD data, allowing users to import DVDs (discs, disc images, Video_TS folders) and to organize their DVD collection. When the user drags and drops a DVD onto the media drop box, DVD2Browse will automatically scan data to collect movie information like duration, dimensions, aspect ratio and frame rate. If Auto shot is enabled, DVD2Browse can also take a movie snapshot out of the first VOB file (VTS 01_01.VOB or equivalent) unless the DVD data is encrypted. Or turn it off to work with encrypted DVDs.

This trial version is fully functional for 2 weeks. It may not be based on the latest version and may contain bugs.

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