What does it look like?
A screenshot of version 0.5.2.1 showing the new "Show related movies" fold-out and the feature-icons in the Movie-info-view.
A screenshot of version 0.5 playing "Back to the Future". Also visible is the pretty HTML rendering of GtkHTML2 in the Movie-info-view.
A screenshot of version 0.5.1. This is a standard shot, but notice that "The Evil Dead II" is semi-transparent to indicate that it is either lost, lend out or a new copy is needed.
Another screenshot from a development version of 0.5. Here you can see the filtering working in the shelf-view.
As you might have guessed from the text below, this means that the 0.5.1 release is just around the corner ;). UPDATE: The filtering now works just as in the list-view, not as shown above.
A screenshot from a development version of 0.5. As 0.5 is a sort of preview version for 0.6, this shelf-view will most likely be ready for 0.5.1. It is able to zoom the covers as high as 512px and as small as 10px in height. Also shown here are the new support for web-links in the review and comments.
This release only lacks filtering support for the shelf-view, then it will be released.
The upcoming version 0.4.4 of CeeMedia editing ICHI the killer and showing off the new status info and media info. Note that this screenshot was taken early in the production of version 0.4.4 and that the interface may differ from the final version.
Version 0.4.2 of CeeMedia showing the main window with some of the columns hidden, and also showing the new stars. The movie is Bride of Re-Animator, shown as a part of the Re-Animator Box.
Version 0.4.2 of CeeMedia showing the main window with some of the columns hidden, and also showing the new stars.
Again, version 0.4.2 editing "Re-Animator". You can see the new comments field here.
The unreleased version 0.2 of CeeMedia showing the main window.
Again 0.2, this time showing the new extended filtering options. Here we are searching for "warne" in manufactorers, finding all movies produced by Warner Brothers.
Editing "Velvet Goldmine". CeeMedia allows you to search either Amazon or IMDb for movies, fetching all available info from either (including review from IMDb).
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