Of course there are many users who think the same, but lots people all thinking the same thing doesn't mean it's the best thing...
I'm not saying that my program is the best program for everyone. Some users will prefer it while others might prefer another one for whatever reason.
Obviously, you'll never know exactly how many MORE people might buy your concept if it was more flexible in giving choice to the user.
Considering its concept, I fail to figure out how my program could work differently.
You said that after the installation the program should ask the user "Would you like a pre-rendered movie base of 134,264 movies? Or not?". In my opinion, it's a very confusing question when you freshly start with a new program. "Pre-rendered movie base"? Even me I don't understand what that means! And if the users chooses not to display the movies, what happens next? How will he add the movies he owns or have seen? Except for the file scanning and the barcode scanning, you're supposed to browse/search the database to mark what you've seen or own.
I've chosen instead to welcome the user by suggesting him to play the rating game, because it's a fun way to get introduced to our rating system. Rating movies is an important part of the program, because you'll get movie recommendations based on your taste. By the way, movie recommendations are yet another thing made possible by the fact that the program includes a movie database.
Its only 1 click, but that 1 click will become several hundred clicks depending on how a user interacts with the product.
If you list only the movies that you own because it's all you're interested in, the next time you'll open the program it'll still be listing your owned movies. Nothing to do, nothing to click.
I'm really trying to help you
My problem is practical: I can't figure out how I could apply your advice.
Yes, I was impressed with how fast it scanned the movies. But it couldn't find poster info for some very popular movies, one was Big Hero 6.
That's weird. I've made the test and I don't see any problem.
Please give me more details. If there's a bug, I'm eager to fix it.
I also had to press the space bar because I got tired of clicking "ok" when it kept reporting "No Poster info found
" for several hundred movies. So something might need tightening up there?
"No Poster info found"? My program never displays this kind of message. Are you really sure that you're talking about the right program? There seems to be some confusion here...
Please give me the exact error message and I'll check my source code.