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Managing your movie collection with Griffith

Dec 14, 2008, 06:03 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rui Lopes)

"The first thing I looked for when I installed Griffith was the ability to categorize the items on my list according to the number of the DVD they were in. I also wanted the ability to export the list to a readable format. Both options were present.

"The main window of Griffith is divided into two panes. The movie list on the left contains the movies' titles and thumbnails of their covers, amongst other data. You can select the data to be displayed on the left pane in the Preferences dialog. The toolbar on the top provides the ability to sort or filter items, and also contains most of the options you'll need when using Griffith. The right pane shows information about the selected movie, divided into tabs, including a larger version of the movie cover. The display crams a lot of useful information into a small area in a readable mannner."

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