Macaw-Movies: A KDE Movie Organizing Application
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 6 May 2015 at 08:39 PM EDT. 15 Comments
KDE --
Macaw-Movies is the latest KDE incubator project, which is focused on providing movie organization/management features to open-source fans.

Macaw-Movies is a fresh KDE project aimed at being a "movie collection manager" written in C++, Qt, and SQlite. This Qt-based movie manager program is currently being associated with the Qt project. Macaw-Movies is basically an easy way to sort movies, manage/view movie meta-data, and other tasks.


As of today is the first alpha release of Macaw-Movies with support for Linux and Windows.

Those wishing to find out more can visit the Macaw-Movies blog or the GitHub project site.
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