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My Movies 2 for Mac OS X
My Movies 2 for Mac OS X is the fastest, easiest and most impressive way you have ever kept track of your movie collection. Using our high quality movie database of more than 1,100,000 titles on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD, supplemented by a large catalog of movies and tv series for digital copies, you quickly get access to a large quantity of details for the titles in your movie and tv series collection, including trailers, high resolution covers and posters and much more.
Use My Movies to easily create a large collection of disc based titles using the camera barcode scanner, or add digital copies of movie and tv series through title searches, and get a great overview of your collection through searching, advanced filtering and sorting. Keep track of who loans your discs, and never forget which movies or tv series episodes you have watched and when you watched them. My Movies inspires you through title details and trailers, and the high-resolution covers and posters makes the experience almost real. Customization and personalization makes the application your own, and the password protected parental control secures your children. Share your experience through social media or display your collection list through PDF or your own online collection list.
My Movies is available for several clients, but you only need to create one account to access your collection on all clients. Your collection is stored on our servers, and therefore you never lose your collection. If you are using another application or if your collection is stored in a text file, our importer makes it easy to switch. Your collection will be based on our database which contains 1,100,000 disc titles and a large collection of movies and tv series for digital copies, but if a title is missing you can easily create it, and contribute it to our community based service.
My Movies Pro
Price: USD 29.99, EUR 32.99, GBP 28.99, Incl. VAT
*The free version allows you to fully evaluate the software before buying the pro version. The free version is limited to a maximum 50 titles- if your collection already contains more than 50 titles, the free version simply lets you synchronize the first 50 only. Users of the first version of My Movies for Mac OS X can also safely use the free version to evaluate the new features of My Movies 2, without risking the data in their collections.
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My Movies 2 is a new and significantly improved application based on our previous application My Movies for Mac OS X, which have been available and have received free upgrades for the past five years. Users of My Movies for Mac OS X can purchase My Movies 2 in the app store, and log in using the same user account that they used in the previous applications, and their collection will seemslessly synchronize to the updated application. If you have titles with “Offline” or “Edited” statuses, which are only in the local database on your Mac, and not in our online service, you can use the “Upload all offline and edited…” function in the file menu of My Movies 1 to transfer this data to My Movies 2 though the online service. If you would like to read more about why My Movies 2 is a new purchase, please click here, where we explain in details. We are sure you will love My Movies 2, but if you are unsure if you would like to upgrade, you can evaluate the free version of My Movies 2, or you can read highlights of the new application by clicking here.