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- For the programming competition run by Google, see Google Code Jam.
Libra running under Windows Vista
|Stable release||0.9.2 / September 2007|
|Operating system||Windows Vista
Libra is a defunct media cataloguing application for Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, and 7. It was developed by CodeJam. The software allowed users to manage their collections of books, VHS tapes, DVDs, audio cassettes, Compact Discs and video games via automatic information retrieval and collection from Amazon.com. The program was free for noncommercial use.
On April 3, 2009, Libra's website became a GoDaddy 404 Error page and all mention of the software had been removed from CodeJam's website. Version 0.9.2 of Libra can still be downloaded from download.com and other third party sites. Due to changes in Amazon's architecture, the program can no longer download information from the website, and instead users must add items manually.
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- Scanning barcodes via webcam
- Tagging loaned items
- Importing collections
- Importing newer mediums such as HD DVDs and Blu-ray Discs.
- Exporting catalogues to HTML webpages, and sharing collections online
- Exporting catalogues to Excel-format files (Excel must be installed on the PC for the exporting process to work)
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