File Management Monkey? Anything out there?

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VPSean
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File Management Monkey? Anything out there?

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Hey guys,

Anyone know of any programs that are like Media Monkey, and as amazing as it, except specifically for file management? PDF's, Docs, xls, txt, etc. etc.?

THanks guys.

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Re: File Management Monkey? Anything out there?

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VPSean wrote:Anyone know of any programs that are like Media Monkey, and as amazing as it, except specifically for file management? PDF's, Docs, xls, txt, etc. etc.?
What do you want exactly to do? Do you want to easy-search them, or index them manually, or have the database? I'm using Google Desktop Search and is pretty enough for me, you can restrict it for indexing only a certain filetypes and places. OK, it's pretty simple solution, but I do have what I want -- quick search.
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@WPSean
I use MM for Music and WhereIsIt? for everything else. Actually MM is only app that was able to replace WhereIsIt? in some Functionality and Search Capability.
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Post by VPSean »

Hey thanks guys I appreciate the info. I'll check out WhereisIt and consider Google Desktop!

Thanks!

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Post by ChiTheMonkey »

Wouldn't it be rad for mediamonkey to also do video and e-books? lol.
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Post by nohitter151 »

For anyone looking for a database system to store Movie information in, this program that I just discovered is GREAT. Its called Personal Video Database. It automatically looks video metadata up at IMdb, amazon, etc. It takes a little bit to figure out how to use it, but its pretty intuitive.

Take a look if interested:
http://www.videodb.info
http://www.download.com/Personal-Video- ... 80484.html
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Post by spacefish »

I use CATVids (and BookCAT and SoftCAT and CATraxx). All very powerful programs.
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really?I'll check . :D
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Post by donector »

mm i've been looking for video manager since years but no success

those softwares are clearly data base managers but they don't seem to have playing capabilities as mediamokey

am i right?

if so, anyone know a program ?

thanks
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Post by Ian How »

donector wrote:mm i've been looking for video manager since years but no success

those softwares are clearly data base managers but they don't seem to have playing capabilities as mediamokey

am i right?

if so, anyone know a program ?

thanks
I too use CATvids, you're right it is primarily a database manager, but you can certainly play by linking to either a website or a video file on your PC.

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