Photo Organizer


License: Freeware
Downloads: 0
Op. System: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
Last updated: 2009-03-31
File size: 1.61 MB
Publisher: enthwavemedia
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Publisher description for Photo Organizer

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This software provides a quick and easy way to organize your photos. When you transfer your photos to your PC from a digital camera, the photos usually have numeric file names and all the photos are together in a single folder. This software allows you to add a description to each file name and to sort the photos into different subfolders for separate subjects. For example, you might have a mixture of holiday Snaps and family photos on Your Camera. You can create separate subfolders for "holiday snaps" and "family photos" and then put the photos into the correct subfolders. To use the software, you need two Folders. One folder is where you will initially put your photos from your camera (your "Source" folder). The other folder (your "Destination" folder) will HOLD all the subfolders containing your organized photos. Use the Setup button to choose the folders. You can also choose the format of the new file names using the Setup button. Most people use the Default option: Keep original name and append new description, which just appends the description you enter to the end of the original file name. Option 2 is: Use a sequential number and append new description, which renames the photos to use a sequential number (1, 2, 3 etc. automatically incrementing for each stored photo) followed by the description you enter. Option 3 is: Just use new description, which just uses the description you enter as the entire file name. The software will show each photo in the Source folder in turn. Enter the description for the photo and select which subfolder to put the photo in (click the "New" button to create a new subfolder). Click the Store button and the photo will be renamed and moved to the relevant destination subfolder. The software will then show the next photo in the source folder in a continual process, until all the photos have been processed.

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