About Deep Pröse

Deep Pröse was founded in 2003 by Matt Shedlick and currently develops Booxter, the all-in-one book, music, movie and comic book cataloging application for the Mac.

I’ve never blogged before, so I have absolutely no idea what I am doing.

8 Responses to “About Deep Pröse”

  1. François Says:
    August 26th, 2008 at 4:05 am

    I hesitate between two softs: yours and bookpedia ^^
    The good point for pedia is the iphone soft, but I prefer your interface !
    Have you planed something for iphone/touch ?
    Another question: is there possible to use ISBN for the comic module ? I’m french, and in France we use ISBN for comics …



  2. DocM Says:
    August 28th, 2008 at 11:11 am

    Beeing a comic collector for many years, I support Francois’ plea for ISBN in the comic module. I thing everywhere in Europe, they use ISBN. Even if the query doesn’t give you that plenty of information like those US-Databases give, but one can manually complete anyhow. But you get a reliable basic information for the comic book (magazines might be different…) So please, put this a first priority to your agenda.



  3. Grahame Says:
    September 23rd, 2008 at 1:19 am

    I am hesitate about purchasing Booxter only because I required all the current functionality that the new release has:
    PLUS I really require a booxter integrated CD/DVD file DB that will auto add file data from each data & video CD/DVD, the SHA1sum & MD5sum (prefer SHA1) of each file, let me nominate the CD/DVD number (because they are all stored in a large box indexed by sleive number). Of course this happens only by inserting the CD/DVD into the drive, and letting Booxter do the job.

    The sorting method needs also to allow multiple versions of the same file and list the locations, MD5/SHA1 signature, size, creation date etc [which should all be on any data CD/DVD] as there wil be many duplicate filenames I am sure, even thought they may be totally different usage. Additionally, I require a feature to also look into each .zip, tgz, iso and other archive file & compression type to again get that data.

    So, my question is could such functionality be folded into Booxter (soon). Of course there are a number of sigular applications that do this, but nothing that does it ALL, and nothing that has the very nice GUI that Booxter has.

    TIA, thanks.

  4. angelo Says:
    November 5th, 2009 at 10:12 am

    pls you can add more for research like ”National librari of Italy” and also “laFeltrinelli”?????

  5. Matt Says:
    November 5th, 2009 at 11:51 am

    Thanks for the feedback. I’ve added those sites to the feature request list.

  6. Nick Says:
    July 6th, 2010 at 12:43 am

    A walkthrough for using the iSight (or any other camera) would be fantastic.

  7. sean Says:
    June 2nd, 2015 at 9:08 pm

    I’ve emailed you a dozen times… the sync function from the desktop to iphone version is broken. I am unable to add any of my books to the iphone app and haven’t gotten a single response to my emails. Shared libraries via Bonjour shows nothing. I do not see my current database of 535 books that I need to transfer to my iphone. Any ideas????

  8. Matt Says:
    June 2nd, 2015 at 10:11 pm

    Hi Sean,

    I responded to your email back in April, maybe it was blocked somehow? Here is my response:

    “Booxter uses Spotlight to find the libraries to share. If they are not showing up in that window, then Spotlight does not have them indexed. Could it be that you have Spotlight turned off, or is the drive that the libraries are on not indexed by Spotlight?”

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