Wwidd is a free, lightweight video library manager with powerful tagging and search.
Organize your video files more easily and more effectively than with iTunes or Windows Media Player. Even while sitting back on your couch, enjoying a movie.
Add bits of meaningful, custom information (tags) to your videos. Build your library effortlessly, focusing on what you think is important about it.
Find videos in your collection in a flash. Don't remember which episode of Friends is the one with the football phone? Your library gets filtered instantly as you're typing in the search field.
Connect to your library from other devices on your local network. Wwidd will let you browse videos, edit tags, and control playback as if you were sitting at the host computer.
Pick your OS on the left. Wwidd is available for Windows (XP and up), Mac OS X (10.6), and Ubuntu (10). You'll also need VLC for playback.
Unzip the downloaded file. It will unpack a folder named Wwidd. Before starting, you're free to move this folder someplace else.
Check and install the following packages in the Ubuntu Software Center: nodejs, ffmpeg, sqlite3, and vlc
Enter the Wwidd folder and run the file start. Wwidd will open a command window that you can safely minimize to the tray. The program starts in the default browser.
on the Mac
Run start.command like this: right click, then select "Open with... Terminal".
Once Wwidd is running, start importing your collection by clicking the add folder [+] button. Select the folder where your video files are, then click OK.