Audiophiler v1.6.3
by Digital Media Solutions
(Digital Media Solutions Website)

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Operating System: Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98
File Size: 5.6 MB
License: (All Shareware software)
License Conditions:

30 Day Trial. Registration: US$29.95

System Requirements:

300 MHz Pentium class processor or better. Windows 98 SE/ME/2000/XP. 128MB RAM or minimum required for the operating system.

Last Updated: 2006-08-08
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Software Description

Audiophiler is a music cataloguer that has been developed by music enthusiasts, for music enthusiasts.

Audiophiler will organize your collection of CDs, LPs, Cassettes, DVDs, Mini discs, and any other media format. You can view and print reports, sort and group by artist, title, genre, media format, year of release and all other fields. You can keep a record of where and when items were purchased and how much they cost.

Loading your music collection into Audiophiler is quick and simple. Put a CD in your CD-ROM drive and Audiophiler will download all the album information from the Internet CDDB service and load this into your database with one click of the mouse. No need to spend hours typing.

New in v1.6.3

  • Fixed:Unable to sort by the Album Catalogue No. column in the track list.

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.

Will it?

The bells and whistles are great...but can you tell me if it will point to where the CD's are filed? In a file cabinet or binders etc.? The physical location of the CD is very important to be able to locate which title is in which CD etc.

Re: Will it?

: The bells and whistles are great...but can you tell me if it will point to where the CD's are filed? In a file cabinet or binders etc.? The physical location of the CD is very important to be able to locate which title is in which CD etc.

i am a stranger here...was referring to Audiophila...If anyone knows of a program that will tell where the physical CD's are filed...I will appreciate the info...

Re: Will it?

: : The bells and whistles are great...but can you tell me if it will point to where the CD's are filed? In a file cabinet or binders etc.? The physical location of the CD is very important to be able to locate which title is in which CD etc.

: i am a stranger here...was referring to Audiophila...If anyone knows of a program that will tell where the physical CD's are filed...I will appreciate the info...

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