iMultiMedia
iMultiMedia
2.5

3.0

iMultiMedia free download for Mac

iMultiMedia

2.5
24 October 2003

Organize your video & DVD collection.

Overview

iMultiMedia is a small utility to keep track of your CD, Video and DVD collection. You can store all your information, print labels and keep track of the movies you lent out. It?s easy to print labels for your Video Tapes and Discs. You can list all your media and print one form.

What's new in iMultiMedia

Version 2.5 adds the following:
  • Movie Info Retrieval Scrip under Utilities Menu to auto-fill movie information from imdb.com.
  • Movie Lookup Script to easy lookup imdb sites.
  • Included a Director and Writers Credit field.
  • Moved the Rental Info on a different Layout.
  • Added more Print Layouts.
  • Added new button's to the Player Layout.

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1 iMultiMedia Reviews

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Quantumpanda
25 October 2003

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I'm getting so tired of seeing shareware "solutions" for information management that are nothing more than glorified FileMaker projects. There isn't anything in this database that I can't do myself in FM, and make it fit my needs better. Please, if you want to make a real info management solution that people will be willing to pay for, do something that goes beyond what FM can do! As for this database specifically, my main complaint is that the display style is just too small. The type is tiny, probably 10 point. And since it's FM-based, there's nothing the user can do to make it look better, unlike with a Cocoa solution that would be able to adjust to the user's needs. And, of course, FM still hasn't the slightest resemblance to Aqua, so it just looks clunky. There's no information about what the little arrow controls next to some fields do, so you just have to guess or slog through the manual (tip: a system like this should be self-explanatory--there's nothing you can do with a FM solution that should need a manual to explain). If I want an overly complicated media database, I'll use Readerware--at least that can do things that FM can't. Maybe if this were offered as a freebie, I might consider using it. But $25? There are better options available for less.
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Version 2.5
Quantumpanda
25 October 2003
I'm getting so tired of seeing shareware "solutions" for information management that are nothing more than glorified FileMaker projects. There isn't anything in this database that I can't do myself in FM, and make it fit my needs better. Please, if you want to make a real info management solution that people will be willing to pay for, do something that goes beyond what FM can do! As for this database specifically, my main complaint is that the display style is just too small. The type is tiny, probably 10 point. And since it's FM-based, there's nothing the user can do to make it look better, unlike with a Cocoa solution that would be able to adjust to the user's needs. And, of course, FM still hasn't the slightest resemblance to Aqua, so it just looks clunky. There's no information about what the little arrow controls next to some fields do, so you just have to guess or slog through the manual (tip: a system like this should be self-explanatory--there's nothing you can do with a FM solution that should need a manual to explain). If I want an overly complicated media database, I'll use Readerware--at least that can do things that FM can't. Maybe if this were offered as a freebie, I might consider using it. But $25? There are better options available for less.
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Version 2.5