First off, Hi! I haven't posted in this particular subforum on MacRumors before (I'm usually over in the Digital Photo forum), but I've got a question that I'm hoping you all can help me with. I'm interning at Aflac this summer, working in the A/V Event Productions department at their world headquarters in Georgia. Basically we photograph and video all the events going on with the company from big meetings to conferences, to sport events that Aflac sponsors (including the STIHL Timbersports Championships this weekend!). So. One of the tasks they've asked me to work on this summer is coming up with a way to organize all of their photos and videos in digital form, storing them on networked servers here at HQ (since IT routinely backs up EVERYTHING). I've got the photos handled. However, I have extremely little experience with video, which includes any software outside iMovie (haha). Oh, one more thing, and probably the dumbest part of the equation-- we're all PC-based here. Yeah, I know. Really stupid. But IT won't train anyone to work with Macs, and I've tried my hardest to get some in just this department but that's going nowhere. I know this is a Mac forum, but I'm sure a lot of you use or have used PCs for video now or in the past. Is there any easy to use software that would be similar to Adobe Bridge, but for video? Like, not editing necessarily, but something I could use to attach keywords and metadata to video files, and keep them organized. Remember, I'm limited to Windows XP, sadly. Thanks in advance for any advice!