I wrote a Java 1.7 program to extract my Game Collection details (what games, how many hours played) from Raptr site HTML files. Took me like 7 hours to figure out, code, test, export again. I have 29 html files (330 games divided by 12 per page) I saved using Firefox.
Here it is, read the text file inside the zip and you need Java 1.6 or 1.7 or 1.8 installed. You can compile the java source yourself if you're distrustful.
In my Dropbox: dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/89…
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--- Raptr game collection export by TomiTapio. 2015-03-19 ---
First, go to raptr.com/
<username> /games?sort_by=title (other sortings are okay too)
save your Raptr game collection pages as html. I have 29 pages, so 29 html files. Tedious, I know. I used Firefox and 'complete page' saved the pictures and scripts too into subfolders.
command line: <path to your Java JRE's bin directory>java raptrhtmltocsv "filename of html",
in my case java raptrhtmltocsv "thomaskorat's Game Collection 1 - Raptr.htm" since I have java directory in my systemwide PATH.
- have the raptrhtmltocsv.class and html files in the same directory, for example C:\temp
it appends to My Game Collection.csv
repeat for all your saved html files, it keeps appending
then you open your finished csv file in spreadsheet program. Perhaps LibreOffice. Save as a better format, like Excel 97.
I suggest your spreadsheet to have additional columns "game publication year" and "date added to my collection". It's fun to sort by year, but need to add years manually