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Newest version
The newest version is

New in this release:
  • Search-plugins now can't erase existing values with empty ones
  • "I've seen this movie" can now be clicked on from the right-click menu
  • "Release date" can now be set through a calender-popup
  • "Similair movies" and "Movies with the same cast" now have their own entrys and display areas in the Movie-info
  • Icons for PAL/NTSC, region and audio-format in the Movie-info-view

  • The IMDb plugin has had a few fixes and copes better with foreign characters

Get it here   (also check requirements).

Also, this is the last release to use 'pre'-versions, in the future we will use the following version numbering system:
  • The version numbers are composed of Genereration.Version.SubVersion.Update
    This means that will be version 5, release 2, fourth update.
  • Even SubVersion-numbers are stable releases
  • Uneven SubVersion-numbers are development releases

Upcoming version(s)
  • Fix the graphical glitches of the shelf-view (including synchronisation with the list-view) DONE
  • Add support for playing local movies DONE
  • Add proxy support, including authentication DONE
  • Plugins don't crash, but provide error-feedback instead DONE
  • Local folder import DONE
  • CSV export IN PROGRESS
  • Thumbnail cache used to decrease startup-time IN PLANNING
  • The shelf-view doesn't update when changing cover-image DONE

What is CeeMedia?
CeeMedia is a program for cataloguing your movie collection.

It can retrive info and cover images from places such as Amazon, IMDb and All Movie Guide, and if that's not enough, you can write your own plugin for your favorite movie-site.

It also generally tries to provide the user with the most comfortable interface available for the task, while trying to follow the Gnome Human Interface Guidelines.

What can it do?
  • Search Amazon, IMDb and All Movie Guide for movie info and reviews
  • Fetch movie covers from Amazon and All Movie Guide
  • Keep track of the myriads of features on your DVDs
  • Search (filter) the collection by title, director, genre, etc.
  • Cache internet-searches for fast future searches
  • It has a nice and simple interface
  • It's very stable (I have yet to experience a crash)
  • Comes with a user friendly installation program

What does it look like?
You can see some screenshots of CeeMedia in action at SourceForge's screenshot area, or some screenshots from the latest version here.

Where can I get it?
You can download CeeMedia from SourceForge's file area.

What operating system is it for?
CeeMedia is developed on Ubuntu Linux but runs on all other Linux'es as well.

Requirements are:
  • Python 2.3 or newer
  • PyGtk 2.6 or newer
  • Python-Glade 2.5 or newer
It is known to work out of the box on:
  • Ubuntu Linux (Hoary)
  • Debian GNU/Linux 3.1 (Sarge)
As for Windows, there is support for running CeeMedia on Windows, but since my Windows partition behaves as a Windows partition does (odd and erratic) I have a hard time and little fun testing it.

As it stands now, it should run on Windows and it should be stable.

The Windows side of CeeMedia is being handled by Florent Aide, you can contact him from CeeMedia's SourceForge page.

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