Adebis Photo Sorter

Adebis Photo Sorter

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organize your photos into folders Adebis Photo Sorter enables you to automatically organize your photos into a logical folder structure based on the date the photos were taken. You can create folders based on the year and optionally create sub-folder structures for the months and days. The program uses the EXIF date contained within most photos but can also process images that are missing the EXIF date. You can filter the photos to be processed based on their age and extension and also create a renaming profile to include the capture date with the file names. Copyright

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Publisher Adebis Software Price Free
Version 1.0 build 44  history Last updated Sep 04, 2010
File Size 638 Kb Requirements None

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Wonderful 4 stars by gimpguy Aug 03, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
First of all, this is easy to use, plenty of naming options which can be customized. Very easy to set folder A and folder B, source, destination, you get the point. Fast? Indeed. 5 gigs in a couple of minutes. I have near 30 gigs of pics but stopped the process which I'll explain. I would give this a five star without a doubt, EXCEPT there this one big problem with this... You can't select X amount of folders. Either one folder at a time or a whole source folder. Meaning, I have numerous folders, basically, sub folders. Some I want to sort, others I don't so out of say 100 sub folders under the Saved Pics folder, I would have to choose 50 of them, one at a time, run the process, then sort all of them under one folder. CTRL or SHIFT while choosing is not an option here. This would be a perfect picture sorter, one of the fastest and easiest I've used and it's simply hindered by the one fact, no sub amount of choice. Either all or one. I do want to note: sure, I can move all my folders under a main folder, then sort them but I still feel that instead of doing that, it would be nice to just multi select. I hope to see this fixed or added rather in a future release because I truly love this photo sorter. show Review details
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