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Are you the type of person who treats your digital photos like real ones? In other words, throwing them all into random folders with little sense of organization? It's time to leverage the power of your PC and today's discount software promotion to bring a new level of automated organization to your photo collection - it's Smart Photo Import!
Smart Photo Import helps to import photos from cameras and other sources while automatically copying and renaming them for maximum organization. With Smart Photo Import, there's no need to engage in the tedium of manually creating and managing folders and subfolders to hold your photos - everything is done automatically for you, and your folders are updated automatically with each import.
You can even use Smart Photo Import to help make sense of your existing collection of photos - just define your renaming and sorting options and drag and drop the files into the Smart Photo Import browser. You can use Smart Photo Import to convert files to different formats. And even better, Smart Photo Import allows you to add custom formats, allowing you to extend the import process to almost any type of file!
A wealth of flexibility awaits you with Smart Photo Import. You can, for example, opt to make copies of your photos using your rules, leaving the originals, or move the files to save disk space. You can also use it to print out handy photo sheets. The intuitive user interface will have you up and running quickly, with easily identifiable regions for source and destination files. Effective thumbnail integration means you'll be able to review hundreds of photos in Smart Photo Import easily. And with support for over 100 digital camera RAW formats, it's a good bet that Smart Photo Import will fit into your workflow perfectly!
Review Written by Derek Lee
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