New PhotoMove 2.5 Released
The original PhotoMove has been used by thousands of people to automatically find the original date taken of their photos and then move and sort the photos into folders based on that date.
Now PhotoMove 2.5 has all the features of the original version plus many more. Organizing photo and video files has never been easier.
When you download your photos to your computer the file date is not necessarily the same as the date you took the photo. If you have a large number of files on your memory card with photos taken over many different days it can be a mess to try to organize the photos.
Move Photos to Dated Folders Based on the Actual Date Taken
PhotoMove 2.5 will sort the photos by date and move or copy them to folders that are named by year, month and date. Then you will be able to easily find the photos that you took on Birthdays, Holidays or any special day.
I just wanted to thank you for this new version. I’ve tinkered with some other software products for this – and yours is simple, fast, and just plain works.
Organize Photos by Date Taken
Now PhotoMove has been upgraded to PhotoMove 2.5. It is available in both a free and pro version. The free version of PhotoMove 2.5 has all the same features that were available in the original PhotoMove program.
PhotoMove 2.5 Pro adds a number of additional options as shown in the list below.
Use PhotoMove To:
|Automatically move photos and videos to directories or folders based on each file's embedded exif date taken:|
|Handle any image format that contains Exif Date Created Information:|
|Find and move or copy RAW files. Canon, Nikon and others:|
|Sort photos and videos into a structured folder format by Year, Month and Date Taken:|
|Sort photos and videos into a folder format by Year, Month, Date Taken and Camera Model:|
|Six additional output folder structure formats: Example|
|Process video files. Sorts your video files and clips:|
|Choose which file types to move or copy: Example|
|Choose files to move or copy for specific camera model(s): Example|
|Optionally move or copy files without exif data to a user defined folder:|
|Optionally move or copy files without exif data to structured folders using the file date: New!More Info|
|Control how duplicate files are handled when found. Skip or Rename or Overwrite or Move to a separate folder:Example|
|Run PhotoMove from a batch file or the command line: More Info|
|Run on your Mac. Requires using Parallels or another Windows VM: New!More Info|
Choose the Pro or Free Version to Download:
PhotoMove 2.5 Pro
PhotoMove 2.5 Free
You will see I have bought a second license to run also on my laptop. This is a very fine piece of work and shows some real insight into UI design and work flow.
I ran just under 23,000 mixed files (jpgs, various raws, tiff, psds) through a MOVE operation. I elected for the year, month, day, camera model directory structure.
The operation located approximately 21,500 image files with exif information and many cameras I do not own (great as it identified various friends and family shots which are not mine).
This alone (for me) is worth the license fee. I had one image file with an invalid exif and it duly reported this. The counts for detected files added up to that of moved + one error exif file, so great there.
The move operation was very fast. A very impressive piece of software indeed and I would recommend this to others.
Thank you for your program, it is great. I have searched the internet high and low for a program to do what Photo Move 2 has done. I have looked for the past two years with no luck. I am very happy with the product and I have been telling all of my coworkers and friends about it. Keep up the good work!
It seems to be the only program that does EXACTLY what I need it to do. It doesn’t skip video files and even picks up on my Photoshop projects.
Anyhow, Thanks again!
Thank you! I purchased the Pro version and I feel so relieved that I will finally after years have my photos and videos organized.
I am glad I purchased your software.
Thanks for the AWESOME application. I just used it now and it has all that I have been looking for!
I have 50K personal picture to sort now. :)
It was nice to find the program to do what I needed.
* PhotoMove incorporates the ExifTool by Phil Harvey. This is a powerful command line utility that can do just about anything you want with exif data. If you want to dig deeper into working with file exif data be sure to check out his excellent site.