“DisCat software is a library system for organizing every byte of your data. DisCat scans removable disks to create highly compressed, virtual data (a “media image”) of your CD’s and DVD’s. All you need do is put your CD into the CD drive, scan it with DisCat, then put a number or letter code on the CD for filing purposes.
Once you scan each CD or DVD, DisCat’s root directory displays the entire directory structures and files from all of your CD’s and DVD’s so that you can finally search for files on all of your storage disks without even taking them off the shelf.
You can also read all the text (including full-text search for words in all that text), as well as look at generated thumbnails on all your CD’s and DVD’s without having to put each CD or DVD into the computer’s mechanical drive.
DisCat can even display the thumbnails and text from zipped files stored on your CD’s and DVD’s. All the necessary information you need will be in a compact DisCat directory on your hard drive.
You can custom configure the DisCat scan settings to archive only your CD directory and file name data, thereby making the DisCat media image’s file size a matter of kilobytes.
You can easily full-text search and read your entire documents without the need to put a CD into your drive. And what if you can’t remember a file name? You can use the full-text search feature to find the lost document by searching for any word you can remember in the document.
This is a wonderful, time-saving feature that only DisCat offers. DisCat can handle all kinds of CD data; you can create a library of films, music, software, photographs, text files etc all in ONE compact directory located right on your hard drive. 250 mixed CD’s takes about 40MB of space!
When scanning audio CD’s, DisCat connects to an internet CDDB database to automatically list albums and track names. DisCat is guaranteed to turn a disorganized pile of CD’s into a highly organized data library!”
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