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    Adebis Photo Sorter 1.0

    UPDATED ON:  April 12, 2010

    CATEGORY: Image / Photo, Utilities

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    Size: 638 KB
    Supported OS:Windows 2K, XP, Vista, 7
    Requirements:None
    Last updated:April 12, 2010
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    Organize your photo collection!

    Adebis Photo Sorter is a powerful, flexible and extremely fast photo sorting tool that will enable you to quickly turn a completely disorganized photo collection of any size into a neat set of folders containing relevant photos grouped according to the rules you define.

    No matter how serious you are about keeping your photo collection in perfect order, it will eventually start growing so fast that you will not be able to control it any longer. Meaningless folder names created in a rush, photos copied from several cameras into a single folder, parts of the same photo session scattered across the hard drive - all of these problems are quite common among users who often download lots of digital images from their camera and other media. Adebis Photo Sorter is a one-stop shop for automatic reorganization of your photo collection on the basis of the EXIF data found in digital photos and the sorting criteria you define.

    The program supports the majority of popular image formats, including JPEG, TIFF, DNG (Adobe); NEF, NRW (Nikon); CR2 (Canon); ARW (Sony); PEF (Pentax); ORF (Olympus); RW2, RAW (Panasonic). Apart from photo sorting, this tool enables you to quickly rename multiple photos using a mask, form groups of photos on the basis of the time difference between them and sort images of specific formats that were created within a certain time frame.

    Adebis Photo Sorter solves the following typical tasks:
    • Sorting and structuring of the entire photo collection on the user's system
    • Batch renaming of photos with the help of user-defined masks
    • Creation of chronologically sorted photo series from multiple source folders
    • Inclusion of EXIF data into filenames during batch renaming

     

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