Tag: PhotoName

Photoname Portable

The portable version of Photoname (pnp.exe) doesn’t have a GUI, but it is pretty simple to use anyway. You can either start it from the command interface and pass arguments to it to tell it what to do, or you can double click on it, and then tell it what to do. If you want […]

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PhotoName improvements, October 2009

A new dialog for manipulating the programs behavior is added. From there, you can tell PhotoName what to do with images that lacks an embedded photo date. Download PhotoName from this page, but remember to uninstall any previous version first. For more posts on this application, check the PhotoName tag.

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F# and PhotoName

I have just decided to look in to F#, the new functional .NET language by Microsoft. It installs with Visual Studio 2010, and it can be installed for Visual Studio 9. I use Visual Studio 9 for my everyday work, so I installed it from here (click on the word MSI in the first paragraph […]

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PhotoName improvements, May 2009

Added: A checkbox is displayed that allows you to only load images that haven’t been renamed yet. This saves loading time for the application. PhotoName doesn’t really know what images that has been renamed, it uses a simple RegEx to determine the format of the filename, and if it doesn’t match, the image is loaded. […]

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PhotoName improvements, Januari 2009

Here are the improvements made to the PhotoName tool in Januari 2009: The folder browser remembers the last working folder. This is likely to reduce the time it takes to find the folder you want to work with. Since the images are loaded, thumbnail and EXIF information is cached for fast preview and reaccess. You […]

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The ExifWorks class

I have written a small program that renames image files in a fashion that they will be sorted in a chronological order by photo date when they are sorted on the filename. To do this, I had to extract the EXIF information to be able to read the photo date. Michal Altair Valasek has written […]

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