Disclib 2.0.50

Updated: 23 Nov 2009

5 from 1 Reviews

Disclib helps you organize your CD collection as it can be used as a catalogue of CDs.
Disclib uses a tree view to organize files and folders, which makes file searching much easier.

The application can be used with any folder and file on your computer, not only with music or input from CDs.

The files on your collection of CDs can be searched without having to place the disc into the CD-ROM.

Besides helping your organize your CD collection, the program is also capable of extracting MP3 information.

The interface is multilanguage, and the latest added languages are Italian, Greek, Spanish and Turkish. Other supported languages are Bulgarian, Russian, French, Galego, Polish, Danish, Portuguese, Catalan, Swedish, Czech, German, Korean, Romanian, Hungarian and Chinese.

Disclib offers support for the most popular music formats (MP3, WAV, WMA and OGG), and it uses a parallel tree view for easier categorizing. Users can also add tags and insert data manually.
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5 from 1 Reviews

5

Disclib 2.0.50
on 01 January 2010 , reviewed by:

Absolutely useful and time saving. Congratulations guys! Some positive crit. meant to help polish it: Get someone to help you ...

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