Disk Cataloging Tools To Look At

CD Sync Portable

If you have multipe CD’s fr videos, pictures, music, or just plain files, you know how hard it can be to find the right file amongs all of your CD’s.  CD Sync Portable is for you. It allows you to catalog your CDs/DVDs/Flash Drives/Folders etc. With CD Sync Portable, you get the ability to browse and search your data, even when the source media is not available. Just catalog all your disks and you will notice how easy it is to find the file you want.

This programs stores information and properties about each file such as music properties, including the artist name, album title, album year, and song title etc.  It also stores document properties, like company, subject, and category; and video and image properties, like width and height.
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Primitive Disk Indexer

This program allows you to save the file structure of any disk.  It will display information about the  folders and files there are on a disk even if you do not have this disk. So if you have a large CD and DVD collection, you can view what files there are on any disk without even so much as having to touch that disk and insert it into the CD drive. The program comes with an Explorer-like interface. Plus disks of any type are supported: floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, hard disks, USB disks and others.  The program is free and does not require installation.

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Visual CD   v1.7

Visual CD is a disk cataloging tool to index CDs/DVDs, floppy disks, hard disks, and even folders. The nice thing about this program is that you can explore the disk catalogs, and search files and folders; you can create MP3 playlists without actually inserting the physical disks in the drive! Upon insertion of the corresponding disk, you can open files, split files into smaller pieces, extract ZIP, RAR, and CAB archives. It is a very functional utility.

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These programs offer users with CD/DVD  management operations, and can replace the time consuming element of finding files.  They will create a catalog simply by running the program and inserting the CD/DVE or USB drive. Thereafter it will store the catalog in a library for easy access.

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