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Delicious Library 2 MAC

Delicious Library 2 MAC
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Catalog your books, movies, music, software, toys, tools, electronics, & video games When we demo Delicious Library to people, about ⅔ of them instantly say this:

“Wait, I just hold a CD or DVD or video game or book or whatever up to my webcam, and it magically reads the UPC and downloads that item’s cover and all pertinent information about it, and displays all my stuff on photorealistic shelves? I’ll take it! Right now! This is why I bought a computer in the first place! ”

But a few people are skeptical, or slightly less obsessive. “Ok,” they say, “then I have my stuff in my computer. Big whoop. I can just look at my real shelf, right now, for free.”

And we say, “True, but have you ever had someone break in and steal all your CDs or DVDs? Your insurance company wants an exact list of what you had, but you can’t remember every last thing, and so for years afterwards you think, ‘Drat, I forgot to list Rocky Horror Picture Show, and now it’s too late!’ Well, with Delicious Library you always have a complete inventory of your stuff, with replacement costs. You can print it or back it up to the web, so it’s not going anywhere.

“Or, have you ever loaned a book or DVD or $200 DeWalt Cordless Driver to a friend, and forgotten which friend? And then bought another? With Delicious Library you just drag any item onto any friend from your Address Book, and it’ll remember the loan for you — and even put an entry in iCal reminding you when it’s due. Or maybe you have something lying around you don’t use, like an out-of-print book, that’s worth serious bucks and you don’t know it? Because with Delicious Library 2 you always know the current value of your things, and can put your used items up for sale with three clicks. Or maybe you just want to publish your library to the web and share it with your friends...”

At this point, usually the only people who aren’t buying are the ones who don’t own Macs. To them, we say: we’re sorry. For the rest of you... enjoy

From Your Shelf to Your Screen

Most people will want to use their built-in iSight® webcam to scan their items, since it’s free and it’s cooler than heck. Just hold the barcode from the book, movie, CD, or whatever up to your webcam and your item magically appears on your digital shelf seconds later — and the title is even read aloud, so you don’t have to watch what you’re doing.

Delicious Library pioneered using a webcam to scan barcodes, and is still the only program that works with built-in iSights — these do not have the ability to focus. We had to write a new algorithm, using hard math and research papers and stuff, to do “image deconvolution” where we actually use the vector processor to re-focus the out-of-focus image, like in the movies or CSI, except for real. (If you’re familiar with Photoshop, their “unsharp mask” is a primitive deconvolution filter, but suffers from artifacts that make it unusable for barcode scanning.)

If your Mac didn’t come with a built-in camera, you can use an Apple external iSight or any QuickTime®-supported digital video camera. Or search for items by hand (see the button above).

If you have tons of items, or don’t want to have to take your items to your computer to scan them in, check out our Bluetooth wireless scanner (again, check out the button above)


  • Web Publishing
  • Lots of Categories
  • Large Libraries
  • iPhone Export
  • Built for Leopard
  • AppleScript
  • Bibliography
  • Voice Search
  • Three-click Selling
  • Import & Export
  • iPod Sync
  • Printing

System Requirements

  • Mac os x 10.5* - 10.6
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