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Easy Photo Sorter

Makes Your Photo Folders Make More Sense!

$23.50
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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista (32 and 64 bit), 7 (32 and 64 bit)
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Please note folks, this product need to be activated within 5 days of the official promo date. After that, the license won't work. So hurry up!

How many photos do you have on your hard drive? Hundreds?

Ha! Maybe back in 1993!

Today most of us have thousands if not tens of thousands of photos stored on our computers. That's a lot of data to navigate!

Easy Photo Sorter is here to help. Just select a folder filled up with images, and sort them by any of 12 different filters. Keep them in chronological order, make it much easier to enact batch changes via your favorite photo-editing program, and create a folder structure that is intuitive and easy to use.

Sounds pretty good, right?

Even better -- today it's FREE!

Please note folks: the German version of Easy Photo Sorter is also available during today's promotion.

Review Written by Derek Lee

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Maria Gerber This program is not helpful - it only makes a chaos! There is no reason to make for each date a new folder. For what? After years nobody knows the date when he has made a photo...but after working with this program (with a lot of photos) you have hundred of folders named by date - for nothing. A collection will be sort by themes, persons etc. but not by date. Normaly 23,50 for a tool that is useless - my dear.
Jul 30 2014 at 12:38am Copy Link
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Peter Blaise .
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@Maria Gerber,

(a) Did you try it? If not, then the promise itself of the program appears to not be for you, and so and you don't need to criticize it.

(b) No one sorts photos by ephemeral image content other than by PHOTOGRAPHER, DATE, LOCATION, and perhaps by CAMERA, including pros, who also micro collect photos by PROJECT.

(c) It's up to a separate DAM Digital Asset Management program to let YOU identify ephemeral image contents, then search, sort, and select ON DEMAND what you are looking for on any day.

For instance, if I have two photos of the same people in different places with different surroundings, do I sort by the people, or the location, or the items in the surroundings?

Neither.

I sort and collect by photographer, date, location of photographer, and maybe by camera.

My challenge is to grab existing archives spread across many disks and drives as I find them, collections that are a historical mess, disorganized as you suggest by photos being anywhere, and instead, put them all in one place, order.

My challenge is to identify the photographer, the camera, and the political location of the taking (for copyright differentiation), and I want to see if this program can help in any way with any of those tasks.

Separately, I am exploring DAM programs for content, tracking distribution, sales, publishing, and so on.

Thanks for exploring these programs, BitsDuJour.
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Jul 30 2014 at 12:50am Copy Link
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Scott Van Leeuwen Ran the installation and entered the code for registration and then added first folder and the error "Access Violation at address 00555FA6 in Module "PhotoSorter.exe" Read of address 000000D8.

Not of to a great start. Any ideas software authours?
Jul 30 2014 at 12:56am Copy Link
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Dave Lynch I rarely ever give feedback even on software that doesn't live up to its promise because i appreciate all the great free stuff I get here. In this case, I feel compelled to comment. This software:
a) has a very irritating error that pops up every time you add a folder
b) creates even more folders - more junk to sort through!
c) does nothing that can't be done by a simple file search on Windows like *.jpg to show all jpg files, *.png etc...
d) is nowhere near as good as the free Picasa program from Google

If you need to get organised try using "Search Everywhere" - you can supercharge your search functions with that. Also "Droppit" can help monitor folders and move files to specific locations. Both these programs are free.
Jul 30 2014 at 1:26am Copy Link
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Maria Gerber @Peter Blaise: (a): Yes...
"My challenge is to...want to see if this program can help in any way...." - I think no! Like @Dave Lynch wrote: "b) creates even more folders - more junk to sort through!" - what should be helpful when you have a lot of subfolders named by date? When you want such a chaos on your drive - OK! I do not...
Jul 30 2014 at 2:54am Copy Link
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Gino Pilotino the program crashes in windows xp AND Windows 6 64 bit. it don't work :(
Jul 30 2014 at 5:00am Copy Link
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Peter Blaise .
YOU don't search through 10,000 or 20,000 photos -- your SOFTWARE does.

Collecting all photos in DATE directories makes sense because that's a primary data hierarchy for a computer t hold data for other software to search, sort, and select through.

That said, Google's free Picasa is a gazillion times more powerful than this.

Import photo files via Picasa into date directories, and you're done.

However, in my case, 2 TB external drives hardly hold a smidgen of my photos, and so it will take many drives as time goes on, and even Picasa bogs down with half that, and I have 2 or 3 times that..

I took 800+ pictures yesterday -- I"M not gonna categorize them by today's whimsical estimation of contents; instead, I'm going to just dump them into:

C:\DCIM\2014-07-29\*.*

Which, in Picasa, I then rename FOR ME, to be:

C:\DCIM\Peter Blaise 2014-07-29 0884 SWX1 Virginia US\*.*

That's a manageable task for me to do daily.

Then any DAM (Digital Asset Management) software can search, sort, and select WHEN I want to look for something.

I do not want to organize by any category now, only to want to find something by another criteria later.

Picasa lets you collect "virtual" catalogs without moving the image files from their DATE directory, so a collection for an anniversary, or of birds, or of all the cars I've owned, or of my partner's face for their birthday collage, which Picasa will build, I can all build on the fly, later.

This software is a brutal tool with no forecast of what it will do, no undo, and no other imaging tools that are desperately needed to know what this tool does.

Free Google Picasa it is.
Jul 30 2014 at 5:10am Copy Link
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ricoh flex I have Easy Photo Sorter version 3-1 from other giveaway.
But do not use it.
I prefer to use Ken Rename in combination with Total Commander (which has its built-in Multi-Rename).
In Ken Rename I created a Preset to insert the EXIF Date and Time Photo Taken into the front of the file name of each photo.
Hundreds of photos can be renamed in a batch.
The photos are then moved to folders properly named according to subject. e.g. Tour to Hokkaido, Japan
If you like you can append file name suffix - descriptions to specific photos eg. Ramen meal in restaurant.
Jul 30 2014 at 7:07am Copy Link
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Jim Hayes Installed and registered just fine. Tried to sort several different folders - nothing but errors. Uninstalled!.
Jul 30 2014 at 8:20am Copy Link
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sahil waste I am not interested in any register-in-limited-duration software. Either duration is one day or 5, doesn't matter.

I am not trying it.

Thanks for providing your program for free. :)
Jul 30 2014 at 9:42am Copy Link
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Peter Bailey Laughably bad, frankly - errors all the way.
Jul 30 2014 at 11:20am Copy Link
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Roderick Nicolson Ah! Some kind of problem getting it. In the end it says I've already bought it, which of course I haven't, so now can't get it.
Can you help please?
Jul 30 2014 at 3:38pm Copy Link
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Mark Johnson I went to the vendor's website, and on the front page I saw these instructions for how to use the software:

1. Select a folder with your photos.

2. Select one among 12 possible ways of sorting and one among plenty ways of renaming.

3. Select a folder for your collection to be copied and removed.

Now I don't know about anybody else.... but for me at least #3 scares me a little too much to trust this software with my photos! :)
Jul 30 2014 at 10:47pm Copy Link
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Yez Rafn Worthless, crashes all the time. Don't waste time on this one
Jul 31 2014 at 1:57am Copy Link
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BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 31 2014 at 3:17am Copy Link
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Scott Van Leeuwen Why offer it two days in a row when all that is reported are errors in the software and the software Developer is not helping answer why? Worst software ever put on this site. Sorry guys.
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