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The Export Profile Database function exports your collection’s information to a CSV file.

From the Add & Export tab, it is a very simple process to add a new entry:

Choose the type of entry you want to add (Movie, Book, DVD, Series).
Then choose the title of the entry (if known).
Choose the year, region and language of the DVD (selecting “select…” will create a drop-down list).
Choose the Category that this entry belongs to.
Choose the Genre for this entry.
If you want the DVD to come with a cover, choose the Cover Type and Upload Cover.
You can also fill in information about the DVD, including the UPC (for obvious reasons).
Click “Create” or “Add” to add the entry.

Now that we have an entry, we need to export it to a CSV file. Do this with a right click on the title. You’ll find a “Export” menu item. Choose “Export Profile Database to CSV”.
After completing the Export, you’ll be asked where you want to put the CSV file. Choose a location on your disk where you don’t mind risking data loss.
DVD Profiler will then close. A menu window will appear with a blue bar at the bottom of the window telling you that your export was successful.

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Export DVD Database

Export DVD Database Summary:

Export DVD Database – Summary


Submitted by: Kris Reiter

Date: 2009-09-24

Binary file 1 of 0 
Name: DVDProfiler.dll
Date: 13 August 2011 at 00:27:19 UTC
SHA1: 3b73b54997d4b1e0d520b67b6f609618ccfdc62a
Size: 10583 bytes
MD5: 5b8fbb5e1b8467cf5a1c4baebb87f560

Binary file 2 of 0 
Name: dvdprofiler_options.ini
Date: 13 August 2011 at 00:27:19 UTC
SHA1: f25e8a91296d11e4d2909fc83a28ee74fe207f80
Size: 512 bytes
MD5: dcd8ab52e3e0e746e45833d43d168935

Binary file 3 of 0 
Name: dvdprofiler.xml
Date: 13 August 2011 at 00:27:19 UTC
SHA1: 02915da2a98104730f4c5511e63ec1276596a0bf
Size: 6212 bytes
MD5: f0e3994bc30ff2e3f7933e1b4dba9b7e

Disk 1 is attached

When I went to export my collection, it just kept asking for the name of the CSV file. I changed the name of the file to DVDprofiler.csv and it told me it was corrupt. I then backed up the file to DVDprofiler.xml and it worked fine.
Does anyone know why this happened? Is there a different way to export my database?


Maybe your drive doesn’t support DVD+RW media…
Take a look at this guide on the iTunes store for my app:

CSV Export Crack + [Win/Mac]

The CSV Export function allows you to export all of the information contained in your library to a tab-delimited text file. The information is written to the file in the format of “Title: Year: Title/Region/Language”, with the Title, Year, and Title/Region/Language separated by colons. For example, “The Godfather: Part II: U.S.A/English”
CSV Export Description:
The CSV Export function allows you to export all of the information contained in your library to a tab-delimited text file. The information is written to the file in the format of “Title: Year: Title/Region/Language”, with the Title, Year, and Title/Region/Language separated by colons. For example, “The Godfather: Part II: U.S.A/English”
To export your data, you will be prompted to select a valid export file name on the “General Settings” page of the DVD Profiler Options dialog. After adding a UPC (if necessary) or inserting a DVD (if your drive supports this), you will be given the opportunity to select the directory in which the data will be written. If your drive can’t natively handle the exporting of information, you can also change the export directory using the “Directory Path” dialog.
The “Export Profile Information” function is temporary. It is a bug being fixed and we will be removing this function in a future version. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused to you.
If you are looking for the CSV Export function in the DVD Profiler menu bar, you will find it listed under the Tools menu, at the bottom of the window.
This is an advanced feature and should only be used by users that have knowledge of using a DOS window. Please view the manual for information on how to use a DOS window.
Note: Be sure to have your Computer’s Administrator change the settings to allow USB drives to be read/written to disk from the local drive.
To configure your USB drive to be able to be read and written to from within Windows, follow these steps:
1. Connect your USB flash drive to a USB port on your Computer.
2. Locate the CMOS or BIOS settings and find out where and how it controls USB’s access to the local drive.
3. If it is using the USB drive with a USB extension card, locate the BIOS setting

What’s New in the?

A CSV export file contains all the DVD Profiler information as a list of entries with column headings.
The columns are the following:
Title: An entry in the list with the title of the DVD. It is not the title of the movie, but the title of the DVD.
Series: A short list of all the series that this DVD is a part of. (Music, Sports, etc)
Subject: A short list of all the subject categories that this DVD is part of. (Anime, Action, etc)
Actor: A list of the actors that are in this DVD. In the case of a spin off, the star is listed.
Video: A list of video standards that are listed for this DVD. The list can differ between the video versions, but is mostly correct.
Audio: The same as the video list, but for the audio files.
Disks: The disk information for the DVD if DVD discs are connected to the drive.
Total Time: How long this DVD took to produce including all the discs.
File Size: How much disk space this DVD took up.
Bits per Second: How many bits this DVD contains.
Rotation: This indicates the DVD’s rotation speed.
Aspect Ratio: This is the aspect ratio for the Blu-ray discs. The width and height of the Blu-ray disc in inches is provided as well as the aspect ratio.
Date Created: The date the DVD profile was created.
Date Modified: The date the DVD profile was modified.
Date Export: This is the date the export file for the DVD profile was created.
Category: A list of all the categories that this DVD is a part of. If it contains music or sports, it will be listed. If it contains anime, it will be listed. This list is based on our movie database, so it has to be edited manually.
Category Id: This is the id number of the category that the DVD belongs to. (A number with at most a maximum of 15 numbers)
Movie Id: This is the id number of the movie that the DVD belongs to.
DVD Id: This is the id number of the DVD. It may not be completely correct.
AVId: The id number of the video track. (This is the standard number that appears on the back of a DVD or Blu-ray)
Sound Id: The id number of the sound track.
Track Id: The id number of the track

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