Useful for storing your movies, but not yet so visually pleasing
Platform: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 7, Windows Vista 64-bit
License: Free for personal use only
Number of downloads: 2092
Many of us use applications such as iTunes to store and manage our audio, whether we purchase and download music from the iTunes Music Store, or whether we extract audio tracks from our CDs.
With the recent UK ruling that we’re allowed to make one legal backup of our media (CD and DVDs) for personal-use, there’s no reason why you couldn’t use a manager to store your DVDs on your hard drive. With each movie DVD requiring 4GB of space, a 400GB hard drive will store 100 DVDs, making this a practical move. You could then hook up your computer to your TV and play your movies directly from the computer, on demand.
Griffith is a movie collection manager application. 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, such as the original artwork, from the Internet, saving you the need to scan in your own artwork.
Better still, Griffith is a cross-platform application and is known to run on Windows and Linux systems.
Note the download here is for the Windows platform. You can download Griffith for other platforms from the homepage.