LaserDisc Database

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  1. General Skanky

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    As said by Confucius, there is an excellent profiler for DVD's, but has anyone found one for laserdiscs?
    I know this has been asked before and I'm searching the answers, but no joy yet!
    I found one called www.laserdisctracker.com via a good search engine (Dogpile). However, it doesn't provide thumnail images, reports etc that you can get from DVDProfiler. :(
    Anyone know of anything?
    I thought of making a list in the wishlist section on DVD Profiler, but that's a bit hit and miss and not exactly compatible, ie, PAL disc issues may have different names, ie, Leon.

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  2. Ars longa, vita brevis

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    have you that many laserdiscs?

    b*stard
     
  3. General Skanky

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    100 now. :D
    It just would be nice to be able to produce a report like DVDProfiler and stick them all, DVD and LD in a file for me to pick at leisure. The less movement I do out of my chair the happier I am. :D

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  4. Ars longa, vita brevis

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    ive only got 38 since i started buying thrm at beginnng of last year when i got my player :(

    i hope to bring it up to fifty, laserdisc is now my main format odddly enough.


    apologies for the bad spelling as i had to retain the washing machine behind me as it went on spin cycle
     
  5. Confucius

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    It'd be a lot of work, but I s'pose you could upload the info onto the DVD database? - might confuse a few casual databasers (is that a word? it is now!), but hey! what the hell?
     
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    Or what about just a file of thumbnail images I can download from somewhere?
    Just something to form a catalogue as it were.
     

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