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Hello, I'm looking for a solid data cataloguing program.

We've been using a program called MyLib at our studios, but it is outdated now and they have stopped updating it.

The program should be able to read different medias, like HDD/DVD/BD/CD/USB and index them.
It should then index the media and insert it to a database, which would be searchable later. For this, it should give a code to name the media with, so you could find the specified disk afterwards.

The problem is that the program, MyLib, that we've been using, uses .fdb extension file for its database and many cataloguing programs use their own extensions for prestige.
However, the .fdb is a common database file. Before MyLib we used another program, which database we could easily transfer to MyLib.

I know that the chances are slim, but perhaps someone sees this message and knows a program to suggest.

Many thanks! thumb.gif
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