convert from access? well if you do a report and export your list of titles, you can then import in various formats.
To import a disc with 6 movies, i have to:
a) put the disc in
b) click add movies
c) click "mass movie add" (i think its called)
d) click begin,
e) check all the individual 1cd movies, click a button, this adds one file per movie
f) check all the multiple files for several cd movies, click the button for each multi cd which adds a movie to those files
This adds the movies to the list
As i'm a fuddy duddy, i then, remove all the tags and stuff from the movie title ie. 2005.DVDrip etc. so its just the movie title, i then right click>mass name change, and then check all the newly added movies. Click filename cleanup and it removes all the periods and puts spaces in, capitalises new words, and moves The to the end of the title, ie. Shit, The. From the same menu i give them a dvd label, for horror H-xyz (x = letter, yz = number).
This has now:
a) given a title in the correct format
b) entered all the movies
c) imported the file specs
If i want to then import details from imdb, i hit WWW and its then a matter of automatic, or clicking the title from a list of hits in imdb.
If you just want to import, you can skip most of that out, I just have my own system. sounds long, but that's only because I'm saying how i personally do it
Its just clicking boxes, reading specs takes hardly any time. The longest things are www import if your usng your connection heavily, and hashing ed2k (which i do with an external app).
I skipped out those two steps and added 15 discs or so in quite a short while.