Digital Camera Copy
|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98|
|File size:||406 KB|
Publisher description for Digital Camera Copy
Digital Camera Copy is a simple program born out of need. I love taking lots of pictures with my digital camera, but hate moving those files around and cataloging them. The software that comes with the camera is lame, and I don't want to store my precious family pictures in software that will soon not be supported. I want to store my images in a standard image file format, in a normal file system, so that any program capable of viewing these files can do so. I also want it all organized! For instance, say you have a digital camera that appears under Windows to be a normal drive, call it drive letter M. You have 200 pictures on the camera to process, all of them taken in May of 2006 while on Vacation in Florida. You set the output directory to be D:\Photos. When processed, all files will be copied from drive M and stored in D:\Photos\2001\May followed by the day in May and the words 'Vacation in Florida', and finally a sequential number. The photos will remain in the same image format, for instance, JPEG or TIF. Several options exist for how this folder structure is built and how files and Folders are named. There is even an advanced option for those familiar with .NET string formatting. Version 3.12 contains a bug fix related to some camera's not recording a valid file creation time. This was sometimes seen as being 1979. In the absence of a valid date, Digital Camera Copy will Now use the oldest valid date that it finds in the creation, modified or last accessed Time Stamp, in that order.