MeD's Movie Manager is a simple to use, yet customizable, movie manager. Info is automatically retrieved from IMDb and
Technical info can also be retrieved from media files like AVI, OGM, MPEG and DVD (ifo). It's written in Java and should therefore run on most desktop systems supporting Java.

MeD's Movie Manager is a free software distributed under the GPLv2 or later license, you may download binaries and source code for no cost at all.

  • Quick movie filter with advanced search options.
  • List functionality for categorizing movies.
  • Episode functionality for series.
  • Multi-add function (Search directories for files).
  • Obtain AVI / OGM / MPEG and DVD (ifo) file info.
  • Automatic download of movie info from IMDb with Proxy support.
  • Customizable additional info fields.
  • Changeable layout (Look And Feel).
  • Import Text (titles), CSV and Excel.
  • Export to CSV, Excel and HTML.

MeD's Movie Manager is currently available in English only.


MeD's Movie Manager requires Sun's Java Runtime Environment (Java RE) 1.5 or latter. If you are unsure if you already have the Java RE installed go here to test it. If it fails, chances are you don't have it installed (correctly). You can either go download the Java RE at or you can download the MeD's Movie Manager 'Exe' installer with Java RE 1.5 included (Windows only).

Any system that is supported by Java Standard Edition should be able to run MeD's Movie Manager. That basically means most desktop systems around.

MeD's Movie Manager is tested on the following operating systems:
- Linux (Tested on Ubuntu and Red Hat)
- Mac OS X (Tested on OS X 10.3.9 / 10.4.x / Server 10.4.4)
- Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Win 7. May also run on earlier versions.

Three different databases are supported:
- MS Access (Windows only)
- HSQLDB (Cross-platform)
- MySQL (Cross-platform and requires installation)

MS Access and HSQLDB do not require any additional installations in contrast to MySQL which must be installed. MySQL offers the possibility to connect through a network e.g. the Internet. MySQL must be running on the host machine to be able to connect to the database.
HSQLDB is written in Java and is somewhat faster than MS Access. Both work right out of the box and is the recommended choice for any beginners.