I have a rather large number of CD's, DVD/s and other physical media around the house and I was wondering if there is any software that performs a similar function to grocy, an app that allows you to scan the barcodes of food you buy so it can notify you when you are running low on things, but for physical media.
This is pretty much the same idea as the systems libraries use to scan the barcodes of books, CD's .etc to allow people to check them out, however I'm mainly just interested in the catalog feature so I can keep track of which DVD's are located where and attach some notes to them to indiate if a DVD is broken/unreadable. This would be especially helpful for keeping track of which CD's I have already imported into my music library and which ones I haven't.
I'm looking for some software that:
- has an app or some other method for scanning the UPC/barcodes already present on CD's, DVD's, etc. tp add them to the catalog
- keeps track of the scanned-in barcodes along withadditional information like CD name/artist/album, if its been imported, and if the media is damaged in some way.
- is free and open source and ideally self-hostable