Home - My Software
This is my modest collection of Windows freeware.
Follow the links for a more detailed description and a download link.
AspectGuide - A tool to discover
the aspect ratio of a movie that you play on your PC.
GsyLaunch - A program launcher that
helps keep your favorite programs available in logical groupings.
TmdbInfo - Browse data from The Movie
Tools specifically for DVD Profiler users:
AsinInfo - A progran to help you add
DVDs/BDs to DVD Profiler from any Amazon store.
BoxSetInfo - A program to check for
non-compliant data in box set parents.
CastCrewCheck2 - A
program to help verify cast and crew in DVD Profiler.
CollectionCheck - Copy a
title or a UPC to the clipboard to check if this title is in your collection
CommonActor - A program to find
actors that are common to two titles, or films that two actors both are
CoverInfo - A program to inspect the
pixel dimensions of cover scans.
DvdpScheduler - Run Profiler
maintenance automatically on a schedule.
EpisodeCheck - Keep track of
watched TV show episodes.
EpisodeSort - Reorder TV show
episodes in a profile.
GsyCastCrew - A program that
helps users of DVD Profiler to enter cast and crew from the film credits.
MonoCheck - A program to determine
if an audio track is mono.
NameParseCheck - A
program that helps users of DVD Profiler to find differently parsed names.
OverviewCheck - A program to help users of DVD Profiler to find
ProfilerMissing - A
program that shows an overview of missing data in DVD Profiler collections.
ProfilerQuery - A program
to make statistical queries about your DVD collection if you use DVD
TmdbCheck - Similar to
CastCrewCheck2, but uses data from The Movie Database.
Similar to TmdbCheck, but for TVshows.
Note also that AspectGuide,
although not made specifically for Profiler users, is indeed very useful
when profiling movies.
I have also created a DLL named PqLib.dll, which basically is the
query engine from ProfilerQuery, without any user interface. If you are a
developer and you are interested in what this can do, give me a shout.
Installing and uninstalling:
None of my programs come with an installer. You just open the zip file
and drag (or copy/paste) the enclosed catalog to wherever you want it.
You can create a shortcut to the .exe file and send it to the desktop, or
wherever you want it. Drag the .exe to GsyLaunch if you use that.
Since there is no installer, there also is no uninstaller. Just delete the
catalog and any shortcuts you have made.
There is very little data saved outside the program catalog, but if you need
to clean it completely, here is where data is stored:
- In the registry: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Gunnar Syrén\[program name]
- In AppData: C:\Users\[user name]\AppData\Roaming\Gunnar Syrén\[program
- GsyLaunch saves backup in Documents/GsyLaunch, and GsyLogger saves log
files in Documents/GsyLogger.