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#151 Post by Middle » 10 Aug 2007, 09:03

I'd say I've got about 200 by now...
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#152 Post by TK421 » 10 Aug 2007, 09:55

I lease...with an option to buy.
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#153 Post by Agrajag » 13 Aug 2007, 17:01

470 currently (can't believe I never posted here before)
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#154 Post by Bill » 13 Aug 2007, 17:12

120 DVDs.
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#155 Post by Wes » 09 Dec 2007, 04:05

135.. with a lot of special editions and stuffs.

Does anyone keep track of your dvd's with a dvd profiler?

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#156 Post by Agrajag » 09 Dec 2007, 19:37

Wes wrote:135.. with a lot of special editions and stuffs.

Does anyone keep track of your dvd's with a dvd profiler?
It's such a fantastic invention....

http://www.invelos.com/dvdcollection.aspx/Agrajag22

Up to 517....
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#157 Post by diegobaz » 07 Jan 2008, 22:19

If anyone's still caring...

Per the count in my DVD Aficionado folders, I'm up to 986 (that's titles; actual discs = 1679).

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http://diegobaz.dvdaf.com/

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#158 Post by Batman » 08 Jan 2008, 03:07

diegobaz wrote:You can dbase all your own stuff, too!
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#159 Post by bratzks » 04 Mar 2008, 09:05

So, how do yous guys display/store your DVDs? When I get 2 more, I'll be out of room and I'm looking for new solutions.
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#160 Post by Philip » 04 Mar 2008, 09:36

bratzks wrote:So, how do yous guys display/store your DVDs? When I get 2 more, I'll be out of room and I'm looking for new solutions.
Except for a few nice special editions and other box sets, I throw away the boxes and store them in CaseLogic binders.

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#161 Post by TK421 » 04 Mar 2008, 09:38

bratzks wrote:So, how do yous guys display/store your DVDs? When I get 2 more, I'll be out of room and I'm looking for new solutions.
Do you really want us to tell you where they can go?
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#162 Post by bratzks » 04 Mar 2008, 09:50

Philip wrote:
bratzks wrote:So, how do yous guys display/store your DVDs? When I get 2 more, I'll be out of room and I'm looking for new solutions.
Except for a few nice special editions and other box sets, I throw away the boxes and store them in CaseLogic binders.
I thought about this, but I haven't found any that I really like. They either seem cheaply made or the layout is all wrong.
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#163 Post by TK421 » 04 Mar 2008, 10:14

bratzks wrote:
Philip wrote:
bratzks wrote:So, how do yous guys display/store your DVDs? When I get 2 more, I'll be out of room and I'm looking for new solutions.
Except for a few nice special editions and other box sets, I throw away the boxes and store them in CaseLogic binders.
I thought about this, but I haven't found any that I really like. They either seem cheaply made or the layout is all wrong.
I have one DVD rack which holds a bunch of DVDs. I keep that stocked with movies I have not watched recently and those which I watch frequently. Anything which does not fit is then stored in boxes. Periodically, rotate the stock to keep running through the ones which have not been viewed in a while. (If you have any way to get boxes for 14 7/8" x 11" green-bar computer paper, those are the perfect size to hold DVDs.)
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#164 Post by knarf » 04 Mar 2008, 10:46

Philip wrote:
bratzks wrote:So, how do yous guys display/store your DVDs? When I get 2 more, I'll be out of room and I'm looking for new solutions.
Except for a few nice special editions and other box sets, I throw away the boxes and store them in CaseLogic binders.
:green: except I keep the cases in storage. Cutting the side off a box for a 12 pack of cans leaves you with a good fit too. About 14-15 IIRC, but it needs to be a box with 90 degree corners, not those stupid rounded off ones.
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#165 Post by Gren » 04 Mar 2008, 14:12

knarf wrote:
Philip wrote:
bratzks wrote:So, how do yous guys display/store your DVDs? When I get 2 more, I'll be out of room and I'm looking for new solutions.
Except for a few nice special editions and other box sets, I throw away the boxes and store them in CaseLogic binders.
:green: except I keep the cases in storage. Cutting the side off a box for a 12 pack of cans leaves you with a good fit too. About 14-15 IIRC, but it needs to be a box with 90 degree corners, not those stupid rounded off ones.
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#166 Post by Gren » 17 Mar 2008, 14:52

Does anybody (still) use DVD Profiler? I upgraded to v3.1 but now it won't allow me to upload my collection to the online view, although I can still access the page from when it was last updated. I can't log in to my account online either. Do I need to pay the $30 to register now?
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#167 Post by Agrajag » 17 Mar 2008, 18:32

Gren wrote:Does anybody (still) use DVD Profiler? I upgraded to v3.1 but now it won't allow me to upload my collection to the online view, although I can still access the page from when it was last updated. I can't log in to my account online either. Do I need to pay the $30 to register now?
I still do but haven't gotten a new DVD since Christmas so haven't been on... didn't even know there was an update but I'll be sure to avoid it for now.
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#168 Post by alan smithee » 17 Mar 2008, 20:53

Gren wrote:Does anybody (still) use DVD Profiler? I upgraded to v3.1 but now it won't allow me to upload my collection to the online view, although I can still access the page from when it was last updated. I can't log in to my account online either. Do I need to pay the $30 to register now?
But isn't USD29.95 like £2 now?

this seems to say that once you get more than 50 DVDs in your database, you need to pay to use most of the features (including DVD Profiler Online)

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#169 Post by Agrajag » 19 Mar 2008, 17:32

alan smithee wrote:
Gren wrote:Does anybody (still) use DVD Profiler? I upgraded to v3.1 but now it won't allow me to upload my collection to the online view, although I can still access the page from when it was last updated. I can't log in to my account online either. Do I need to pay the $30 to register now?
But isn't USD29.95 like £2 now?

this seems to say that once you get more than 50 DVDs in your database, you need to pay to use most of the features (including DVD Profiler Online)
:dammit:

If I don't update to the new version, can I still use the old free features? DVD Profiler 3 still appears to work like normal. What features am I missing out on by not upgrading? Anyone know?
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#170 Post by Gren » 23 Mar 2008, 04:33

alan smithee wrote:
Gren wrote:Does anybody (still) use DVD Profiler? I upgraded to v3.1 but now it won't allow me to upload my collection to the online view, although I can still access the page from when it was last updated. I can't log in to my account online either. Do I need to pay the $30 to register now?
But isn't USD29.95 like £2 now?

this seems to say that once you get more than 50 DVDs in your database, you need to pay to use most of the features (including DVD Profiler Online)
Right. So I shelled out the £16 to update my online profile, which can now be seen here.
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#171 Post by mrvee » 11 Jul 2008, 13:53

I always thought it would be nice to have all those really special dvds on hand to watch on those boring nights when there was nothing else to do. You know the ones: those you never get tired of watching, the ones that always make you laugh or cry or cringe! Like The Green Mile, Aliens, Con Air, and Family Vacation. I figured there must be a hundred of those type movies so I started a list. But somewhere I lost focus, or lowered my standards, or just love movies too much, cause I've now got almost 600 and still don't have near all my 'favorites'.
Thank God I found the an line profiler, I don't know how many times I've purchased the same dvds.
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#172 Post by JJ » 11 Jul 2008, 14:09

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#173 Post by sldawgs » 11 Jul 2008, 15:02

mrvee wrote:I always thought it would be nice to have all those really special dvds on hand to watch on those boring nights when there was nothing else to do. You know the ones: those you never get tired of watching, the ones that always make you laugh or cry or cringe! Like The Green Mile, Aliens, Con Air, and Family Vacation. I figured there must be a hundred of those type movies so I started a list. But somewhere I lost focus, or lowered my standards
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#174 Post by Welwynrose » 31 Jul 2008, 02:48

I'm now down to zero dvd's as we've had a big clear out as we're hoping to emigrate and the one's we had were taking up too much room and would be too expensive to transport across the world - we sold some on ebay & did some car boot sales and the lot have gone
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