Database.pediadata is indeed the file with all the text info, the "uid" of the entries in the file link to the covers in Covers. If a file has uid 1, then the cover would be Covers/1.jpg. The trick is no program will display it as nicely as DVDpedia. There are a number of SQLite browsers
. The trick is deciding how you want the data and what you would like to do with it on Windows. I even think Excel might be able to read the file, certainly Access. You can then massage it into your preferred form.