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Organizes your pictures into neat folders

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Copies pictures from a source folder to a destination folder.The pictures are organized into folders within destination folder according to the date they were taken.So for example you may end up with pictures in a set of folders such as 2009/10/24 and 2009/10/27 within your destination folder.
Useful if you have a lot of pictures in many different types of folders and you want to organize them neatly by the date they were taken.

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  • Fast
  • Option to recursively search source folder
  • Sanity check before copy begins


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