Organize Digital Photos
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinVista x64, XP, WinXP|
|Last updated:||10 Jan 2011|
|File size:||20.19 MB|
|Publisher:||Photo Sorter, Ltd.|
Publisher description for Organize Digital Photos
Organize Digital Photos: with Photo Organizer (Automatic Photo Organizer) software. How to organize digital photos? How to organize photos by date taken? All photos can be organized, sorted, cleared from duplicates with automatic photo organizer. Photo organizer software can Automatically organize photos, Sort photos by date taken (and using Many other ways), batch Rename photos and Remove duplicate photos.Organize Photos - As you Want: ~ Organize Digital Photos: organize photos by Date taken, organize photos by time, organize photo files by year, sort photos by month - now sort photos by Exif / Iptc / Xmp tags too ~ Digital photo organizer now sorts photosFor example, Digital photo organizer can Organize digital photos by XMP photo tags. XMP stands for "Extensible Metadata Platform", an XML/RDF-based metadata format which is being pushed by Adobe. Information in this format can be embedded in many different image file types including JPG, JP2, TIFF, GIF, EPS, PDF, PSD, IND, INX, PNG, DJVU, SVG, PGF, MIFF, XCF, CRW, DNG and a variety of proprietary TIFF-based RAW images, as well as MOV, AVI, ASF, WMV, FLV, SWF and MP4 videos and audio formats supporting ID3v2 information.The Adobe Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) is a standard, created by Adobe Systems Inc., for processing and storing standardized and proprietary information relating to the contents of a file.XMP standardizes the definition, creation, and processing of extensible metadata. Serialized XMP can be embedded into a significant number of popular file formats, without breaking their readability by non-XMP-aware applications. Embedding metadata avoids many problems that occur when metadata is stored separately. XMP is used in PDF, photography and photo editing applications.So, How can I organize photos? How to organize pictures?