Adebis Photo Sorter 1.0
If you have had a digital camera for a while, you probably have hundreds of photos on your hard drive.
Add the photos that your friends and family dump on your computer in folders named like "Summer_New_2" and "Photos_Lake (John)" - and you have a huge, hardly usable and hardly searchable collection of digital shots. Apparently, that's not what you initially planned for your photo archive, but how do you sort and organize a thousand photographs without spending a couple of weekends on this? The answer is quite simple - Adebis Photo Sorter. Adebis Photo Sorter efficiently solves one of the fundamental problems that most digital photo enthusiasts eventually face - the problem of complete chaos and disorganization in their photo collections. As a rule, manual sorting and renaming take unreasonable amounts of time that few of us can afford. Fortunately, this software dramatically facilitates the process of sorting and organizing your digital photos by automatically grouping and placing them into separate folders according to user-defined sorting rules. Photo Sorter uses EXIF data normally found in photo files to identify the date and time at which each photo was taken, as well as the name of the camera used. All this allows you to make just a few mouse clicks to turn your entire photo archive composed of shots taken by different people, different cameras and on different days into a set of folders with relevant photos inside. The program supports the majority of modern image formats, including RAW files, and also enables you to batch-rename photos according to a predefined mask, create custom tag-based sorting rules and sort photos without affecting the original files. All the advanced features of Photo Sorter are accessible through a simple and intuitive interface that takes minutes to get used to. Adebis Photo Sorter is an excellent photo sorting tool that will save countless hours of your time and will bring long-sought order to your vast photo collection.
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