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    Virtual Volumes View Alternatives

    Virtual Volumes View is described as 'VVV is an application that catalogs the content of removable volumes like CD and DVD disks for off-line searching. Folders and files can also be arranged in a single, virtual file system' and is an app in the CD/DVD Tools category. There are more than 25 alternatives to Virtual Volumes View for Windows, Linux, Mac and Android. The best alternative is GCstar, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Virtual Volumes View are Cathy (Free), Video Hub App (Freemium, Open Source), Where Is It? (Paid) and DirLister (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Aug 31, 2021

    1. GCstar is a free open source application for managing your collections. Detailed information on each item can be automatically retrieved from the internet and you can store additional data, such as the location or who you've lent it to.
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      • FreeProprietary
      • Windows
      An extremly small, very fast and easy to use media cataloging tool. You can use it to index files stored on removable media (CDs, DVDs or even diskettes), hard disks or net drives, and create searchable catalogs that can be used without having access to original media.


      Last version to v2.31.3 in 2013-10-03 still for windows xp

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      Cathy vs Virtual Volumes View opinions
      Almost everyone thinks Cathy is a great alternative to Virtual Volumes View.
      Cathy catalogs quickly all type of volumes. Light, portable and originally for Windows, it works also with Linux via Wine and also indexes hidden files of Linux (not performed by VVV). Cathy Catalog = the Best one !
      Positive comment over 6 years ago


    2. Browse, search, preview, and organize your videos.
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    3. WhereIsIt is an application written for Windows operating systems, and designed to help you maintain and organize a catalog of your computer media collection, including CD-ROMs and DVDs, audio CDs, diskettes, removable drives, hard drives, network drives, remote file servers, or...


      Last version: 2014
      Lot of functionality not working anymore (IMDB)

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    4. With the help of DirLister you can create (recursive and filtered) directory listings and save them. Output formats are HTML, TXT, CSV, XML, JSON and MD. You can list just filenames or more.
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    5. This application is a powerful tool for cataloging all CDs, DVDs, floppies, ZIP disks, or other removable media, hard drives, network drives, or even FTP servers on the Internet (they are called volumes).


      The program is no longer updated. Last version, 3.70, released in February 2010, can be still downloaded from the official website.

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    6. WinCatalog Light provides basic cataloguing functionality:
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    7. DiskCatalogMaker is a simple disk management tool which catalogs disks and folders. Catalog your discs Drag and drop your disk icon onto the catalog window. Automatically add a burning disc by Roxio Toast Titanium. more Use batch scan mode for multiple discs.
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      DiskCatalogMaker vs Virtual Volumes View opinions
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      ChrisWayg This is the only disk catalog app that actually work on macOS. Sadly the free alternatives like VVV have not been updated for a very long time and do not work.
      Positive comment almost 4 years ago

    8. If you are like most computer users these days you have lots of optical disks – DVD movies, MP3 collections and game installation disks. They represent a small personal fortune and contain everything you need to keep your life going.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Windows
      • Linux
      Basenji is a volume indexing tool designed for easy and fast indexing of volume collections. It currently supports indexing of removable media such as CDs and USB sticks and stores them as volume objects in a database.
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