May 10, 2010 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Barcelona, Spain - The Pedia programs, DVDpedia, Bookpedia, CDpedia and Gamepedia, are media cataloging programs for Mac OS X. They retrieve information from numerous international search sites via iSight scanning and keyword searches. Users can organize their media in collections and folders, export in various different formats, including HTML, and access statistics about their databases. The Pedias are fully Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6) compatible.
There are lots of new features and great improvements in this latest version of the Pedias. The iSight scanning feature has been revamped from the ground up and is now blazingly fast and compatible with most cameras for scanning. In addition users can choose which camera to use for scanning when more than one is connected to the Mac. Several new search plug-ins have been added, including The Open Movie Database, a new film database built with user-generated content.
The HTML export has been expanded with a new searchable and sortable template, "FancyIndex", written by Pedia user April King while the Delicious Library 2 importer has been updated to work directly with the Pedias, avoiding the DL 1.5 XML export that was previously required.
Importing files such as PDFs, ePubs or movies has also become a lot easier since the Pedias now accept folder imports directly for searching instead of only selections of files. Just drag the folder full of files over the program icon in the dock to have it import automatically.
Prices and bundle offers:
* $18 for one Pedia program
* $32.40 for two Pedias
* $39 for the three Pedia bundle
* $49 for the complete Pedia suite (save 32%!)
Bruji is a software development team made up of Conor - developer, programmer and overall top dog - and Nora, who does all the other stuff. Our goal is to provide easy-to-use shareware that people enjoy working with. That's why all our applications are kept as simple as possible, blending in seamlessly with other Mac programs; all the while being packed with useful, fun and unique features. Copyright (C) 2004-2010 Bruji, Chiguire LLC . All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, OS X and iSight are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.