New PhotoMove 2.0 Released
When you download your photos to your computer the file date is not 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.
PhotoMove 2.0 will sort the photos by date and move or copy them to folders that are named by year, month and date. You can easily find the photos that you took on Birthdays, Holidays or any special day.
Use PhotoMove To:
|Automatically move photos to directories or folders based on 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 into a structured folder format by Year, Month and Date Taken:|
|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)|
|Choose from many different folder structure formats: (Example)|
|Totally control how duplicate files are handled when found: (Example)|
* 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 site.