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I have a collection of over 1000 videos which I intend on hosting on my website at some point in time.

I plan to sort the videos according to metadata information, such as the video title, description, and tags.

What database should I create to on my computer to start arranging or sorting the videos. I am currently on a Microsoft Windows machine.

Can I collect the videos into Microsoft Access or something else. Preferably something that will make the transition to a website easy while retaining the Metadata.

{Disclaimer: I am not a computer programmer and I won't be hosting on YouTube}
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Bang it into Kodi, mate, then export the fackin' library me old China plate.
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>>69764155
Hey Louis
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>>69764155
>Windows
There is no good solution. Might as well just stick them all in a folder with a text file index for all the good it will do you
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Install Gentoo
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SQL
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>>69764155
is that shoped penny dreadful poster?
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>>69764903
Cropped
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https://www.pgadmin.org/

Do set it up locally. You can export to web when you're ready. Very scalable if you get acquired by some VC



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