FRSLibrary is a multimedia organizer to help you keep track of your collection.

Why Did We Create FRSLibrary?

We wanted to provide a complete multimedia management tool, where you can track all of your physical as well as digital media in your home or office library.

Key Features

  • Tracks nearly all physical consumer media types (see below for complete list).
  • Provides inventory reports.
  • Creates customized reports (which allow editing of data).
  • Can generate web pages for your web site.
  • Manages any number of Libraries for personal or office use.
  • Tracks to whom you've loaned items, with reservations and check-out/check-in; just like a real library!
  • Can rip CDs, and play-back with built-in audio player.
  • Provides automatic ISBN book data searches.
  • Can customize your data-entry fields, color scheme, and text fonts.

FRSLibrary In Action

The classic Windows desktop look of the application makes it immediately intuitive to use. A simple click of the button on the left shows your inventory of that media type, or press the green "plus" toolbar button to add a new entry. You can select which media types you wish to show via the "Settings" menu. Small navigation buttons under the Entries selection list make it easy to scroll through your inventory, and the sort toolbar button, immediately to its right, makes it easy to re-organize that list. Keeping track of what you own, what you may have loaned out to friends, family members, or co-workers, and seeing a concise overview of your collection is what FRSLibrary will do for you.

(screen capture taken on Windows 10)

The application supports data entry for these media types:
Audio Media:
- 8-Track Cartridges
- Blu-ray Audio
- Cassette Tapes
- CDs*
- DAT Tapes
- Digital Compact Cassette
- DualDiscs
- DVD-Audio Discs*
- Minidiscs
- Record Albums
- Reel-to-Reel Tapes
- Super Audio CDs
Video Media:
- Blu-ray Discs*
- Digital Videos
- Downloaded Movies
- Downloaded Music Videos
- DVDs*
- DVDPlus
- Films
- HD DVDs*
- Laserdiscs
- MiniDVD
- Universal Media Disc
- Video Games
- Video Tapes*
Print Media:
- Books
- Drawings
- Magazines
- Maps
- Newspapers
- Owner's Manuals
- Photographs
- Railroad Timetables
- Sheet Music
- Slides
Other Media:
- Paintings
- Software

* both pre-recorded & recordable

FRSLibrary Trial Period

FRSLibrary comes with a one-time, 21-day trial period during which you can use the full functionality of the application for free. There are no artificial limitations imposed within the application during that time period. When the free trial period is over, you must purchase a license for FRSLibrary to continue to use it. All of the data you entered during the free trial period will still be there after you have paid for your license. There is no separate download required after you have purchased your license. The status bar indicates how many days you have remaining in your free trial period.

FRSLibrary Privacy Policy

It's Your Data!

FRSLibrary data and settings are stored in binary files on your computer. Our products never upload your data to our server nor any third-party server. Our products do not report your interaction with our products to our server nor any third-party server. An Internet connection is not required to use our products. Please note that individuals who have access to your physical computer could potentially have access to your copy of FRSLibrary and the data you store in it. Always protect your computer from outside access by setting a strong password on it.


FRSLibrary does not upload any information to the Fourth Ray Software web site nor to any third-party server. We do reserve the right to communicate your FRSLibrary license number during a product upgrade check in a future version, so that we may verify your paid-for version. However, this is currently not being done.

Automatic Upgrades

When automatic upgrading is enabled (under your control), FRSLibrary connects to the Fourth Ray Software server, if your computer has an Internet connection active, to determine if a new version of FRSLibrary has been released by Fourth Ray Software. It compares the latest version number listed on the server against the version you have installed. If a new version has been released, the new software installation program will be downloaded to your computer, and FRSLibrary will automatically run that upgrade when you close the application (you will see a notification window). See the application's documentation center for how to disable automatic upgrades, if so desired.