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Just upgraded my TV to a 4K set. Haven't gotten any 4K titles yet. I'd be quicker to purchase if there was a way to rip them to put on my NAS. I don't trust disc media over time.
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Quoting mediadogg:
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Well that kind of goes without saying. But I think a bunch of us are lamenting, "there ain't nothin' else" 

If you don't mind sharing, if you had to, what would you use?


No idea. DVDP is still working so I haven't gone down that route yet. I'd probably just use my file server & Plex since I rip all my movies & TV series for it and I no longer lend out discs because those I would lend to have access to my Plex server. Plex has an unwatched indicator and I have a viewing history though the successor to PlexPy (whatever it's called). Plex gives cover views, some cast, descriptions, etc. It's not as detailed as DVDP but it does enough.
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Quoting DarklyNoon:
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Some of you are really acting like drama queens, this program has cost almost nothing, you will be able to enter and catalogue your DVD/Blu-ray titles till the end of time, only thing that can happen is that the online database vanishes at some point.

I will of course continue to stay here, use the database and contribute from time to time .)


Your post has the most drama I've seen in this thread. Sure, we can manually enter the information but the probable reason the vast majority of the people who purchased the app did so expecting to only enter the UPC and then get all the juicy information. That's why I purchased DVDP. I wouldn't have purchased DVDP if I had to manually enter all the data, search online for the cover (or scan it myself), etc.

In the end, DVDP is a product that I utilize for a specific function. If it can't do that function that I purchased it to do, I'll move to something that can. It's nothing personal.
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I personally have no plans on switching away from DVDP as long as it continues to do what it's been doing since the beginning. That said, I also don't want to switch to another application because it stops working.

I sincerely hope that the lack of posts/updates isn't due to health or monetary reasons.
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It's hard not to notice the lack of posts from Ken. I think the last post he made as just over a year ago stating that submissions are being accepted now for the most recent version. The "Posts By" feature limits to a year and it shows nothing by him.

It has affected my view of the application & site - I'm less active now. I feel like I don't want to put forth the extra effort into something that doesn't seem to have any clear direction or leadership.

That said, he did upload his profile database last month so he's still out there somewhere.
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What I did was to flag any disc I scanned and then moved it to a new category. Anything left over was missing.
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Foster set #58: The Mew Year Kittens

Champagne (torti) & Mimosas (black) - both girls - were found as strays on the side of a road and taken to Purrfect Pals. Approx 9 weeks old as of January 4th, 2018. They are believed to be abandoned as they are well socialized and siblings. They adore each other so have been made a bonded pair and must be adopted together.

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