Best Robotic Disc Loader Solution?

Fellow Forum Members,
I have several thousand discs I want to catalog into a database and I would appreciate hearing from members out there that have accomplished this task using a homemade robotic disc loader like the one shown in the link below:

Or an OEM robotic disc loader solution like the one shown in the link below:

The problem I see with either solution is overcoming the communication problems between the robotic disc loader and the disc cataloging software app for sale out there such as CD Storage Master 2009, Camel Disc Catalog, Wincatalog 2009, or FileCataloger.

I would be very interested in hearing from any forum member out there that has had success in using a robotic disc loader together with any of the disc catalog software apps for sale out there. Any info will be greatly appreciated. :smiley:

Link to Forum Thread on related Disc Catalog Software Apps:

binar01011, welcome to the forum.

Honestly I don’t think we’re going to be able to help you :doh:

I hope you have a really big HDD to store all that data :slight_smile:

Also if you want quality rips Itunes won’t be the answer, you will have to use software like EAC (exact audio copy). And if you make mp3’s make sure you use the latest MP3 encoder version and have the highest quality settings.