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.
GCstar vs Where Is It? opinions
It does not automatically catalog media. You must manually add items to the collection.
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. Each folder of this virtual file system can contain files from many disks so you can...
Virtual Volumes View vs Where Is It? opinions
Searchable mirror catalog of disks volumes, not a collection manager.
Catalog your books, movies, music, software, toys, tools, electronics, & video games in a nice interface. Import all your stuff onto your digital shelves using your Mac’s iSight webcam, our wireless barcode scanner, or your keyboard.
TagLists is a small application for OS X that allows you to quickly see which files you've tagged with particular tags. It uses the OpenMeta tagging system, which means that it finds files that have been tagged with any of the applications that support OpenMeta.This app doesn't have any features at the moment.
Coollector Movie database is the most complete tool for the movie lovers. It's a huge database of movies and series, personalized with what you've seen, how much you've liked it, and what you wish to see.This app doesn't have any features at the moment.
Griffith is a media collection manager application. Adding items to the collection is as quick and easy as typing the film title and selecting a supported source. Griffith will then try to fetch all the related information from the Web.
0.13. from 2011-12-18
Because files can fit in many different categories and contexts, a tagging approach to managing them, like the kind we have for photos, bookmarks, and blog posts, makes sense. Elyse provides tag management for your files, with up to 30 tags in the free version.
Tagger is a small application for OS X that can be used for quickly adding arbitrary textual tags to files. It uses the OpenMeta system for saving tags, so the tags you add with it will be readable (and editable) by all the other applications that support OpenMeta.Discontinued
Last update was on October 02, 2011. Source code is available.