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A powerful database program designed to help you maintain an inventory of your music collection.
File Size: 7.2 MB License: Free to try OS: Win95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP Requirements: 32M RAM 20M free HD space
CATraxx has a comprehensive set of data fields for both albums and tracks, enabling you to catalog a wide range of information: artist, album title, media format, release year, label, catalog number, purchase price, current value, music category, playing time, song titles, songwriters, producers, recording studios, musicians and instruments.
Catalog all media types and Adapt the program to your own needs and store information about an unlimited number of albums, as well as the individual tracks on each album.
Save time: Download CD data from CDDB - the worlds largest music database. Register information such as artist, format, label and group lineup, only once.
Use the Form Designer to redesign the field layout in all data entry windows.
Comprehensive set of data fields and More than 30 custom data fields (in case we have missed something).
Add personal notes for albums and individual tracks. Store album covers, as well as pictures of artists.
Catalog your MP3 file collection. CATraxx can automatically create albums from folders containing MP3 files.
Powerful explorer module integrated into the main window that allows you to search/browse your database.
Find information quickly, Use the search and replace function to search for a specific word or number and replace it with another
Sort data by any field with up to five sort levels.
Create your own reports with exactly the layout you want, or use one of the more than 100 pre-defined reports.
Preview reports on screen before printing. Save reports in virtually any file format: Adobe Acrobat, Excel, HTML, JPEG, Lotus 1-2-3, Quattro Pro, or RTF.
Archive reports - store report output so that it can be previewed and printed later, without re-accessing the data from which the report was generated. While archiving is very useful for maintaining historical records, it can also be used as a method of report distribution.
Keep track of albums on loan. Use the HTML Generator to quickly generate documents to be published on the Internet.
Analyze your collection in a variety of ways with the statistics module.
Export data to ASCII text files to bring the information into other applications. Backup your valuable data with the backup/restore module.
MS Access database format. Offers you an alternative way to view and search your database.