Media Companion allows you to browse movies, TV shows, music videos, posters, personal collections, and more and catalog your results. Also available as 64-Bit.
The downloadable executable is a 7z file that will auto-extract for you and creates a folder where you run it from. The app is portable, so simply run Media Companion to get started. At first glance, Media Companion looks a little complicated. There's a ton of forms and tabs to deal with. However, you only need to start at the top left under Search to find your first movie or TV shows. For testing, we decided to go with Gotham and not enter any additional search terms or details and realized our first mistake was the default selected "Movies." Still, there were also choices for TV Shows, Music Videos, or Home Movies.
Once you search, you select your options from the opposite panel and choose scrape. You can look up TVDB and IMDB, art, and more. Often, we see all sorts of information to enter from the director, actors, writers, and more, but somehow a simple search of a TV or movie title isn't easy to find and execute in all places.
There are millions of possible searches from artists, movies, TV shows, posters, artwork, and so much more. We still think there's a better way to unclutter the interface, but if you don't mind a little learning curve to get used to the app, then Media Companion is hard to beat when you want every possible result.
We hope to see numerous improvements as development continues because Media Companion has a ton of potential.