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Posted: Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:07 am
by Gemini
It's okay, liz grant! :)

Such a nice collection you've got! :)
Thank you very much for the praise - it's so inspiring!
We'll keep doing our best to develop the program :)


Posted: Thu Oct 17, 2013 1:36 pm
by Barnetta
Wow, a lot of people here have a really big collection (2000 Movies +).

But i can't believe thats all on disc? The most users maybe have digital ripped/downloaded files? but it's still impressive.

We got only 1600 Movies, but all on DVD and Blu-Ray. i post some pictures or links when i am ready, because some html templates doesn't work good (empty database and more).

Posted: Tue Jul 27, 2021 9:27 pm
by dr0fdarb
I just passed 20,000 entries, mostly movies and some TV shows. Database still runs really smooth off my nvme drive.

I create a lot of my own genres for tracking purposes, ie 4K, Zombies, Post-Apocalyptic, Sword & Sorcery etc.

I have been using for a while, maybe 2010 or before, I previously wrote my own DB but was hard to keep up with imdb changes so appreciate someone dealing with that for me.

Great product, couldn't recommend enough.

Posted: Fri Dec 03, 2021 12:33 pm
by MikeT
How to show my movie collection to all here? I got them in DVDs.

Posted: Fri Dec 03, 2021 1:48 pm
by Viki
MikeT wrote:How to show my movie collection to all here? I got them in DVDs.
Have you put them in your AllMyMovies cataloguing database? What folks want to see is a picture of your software at work (not a stack of DVDs).
Once you have your database set up like you want, take a screenshot and post it here to show us! Of course, the screenshot is only a small representation of your total database - it's just for fun. :)

Posted: Tue Dec 07, 2021 8:54 am
by Lisa L. Young
Initially developed by Max Smirnoff (now Bolide Software CEO) for his personal usage, the program was published on Bolide Software web site as a shareware. All My Movies uses Amazon Web Services and a dozen of other APIs provided by the online movie databases for automatical movie details retrieval. It supports almost any Barcode reader including the cheap CueCat for a fast movie lookup.