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CDreport is an extension
of your CDplayer program. You still have to use a CDplayer in order to add the CD title
and track titles to your CD data base. The CDplayer must support and organize your CD
collection like a CDDB data base with category folders and calculated disc IDs, storing
the CD information in separate files for each CD.
You can learn more about
CDDB at cddb.com.
You can also find
CDplayers and CD data base organizers here.
My favorite CDplayer which
also makes a nice couple with CDreport is NotifyCD.
This CDplayer has all the functions you need for connecting to a CDDB server, and it
organizes your CD data base in an easy way.
CDreport is only working
with disc information that is already present in your local CDDB data base.
Use CDreport to add
extended information about the CDs and about the CD tracks without having to insert the CD
in the CD player. This is a nice way to enter track lyrics into your local CDDB files.
Use CDreport to insert
pictures of the CD covers in your CD data base. Just scan the cover and save the picture
as a 200x200 pixels .JPG image. Then use CDreport to copy the file to your CD cover
folder. After copying, your original .JPG file may be deleted.
Use CDreport to list all
tracks in your collection from selected artists.
Use CDreport to make a
report of all titles in your collection. The report contains artist, disc, and track
information for all the CDs in your collection.
Use CDreport to print the
The .WAV soundclips played
by CDreport may be replaced to suit your own preferences.