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EXIF ReName for Mac and Linux
Rename picture files that contain EXIF-data. EXIF information is created by the camera when the picture is taken. An amount information is saved. For example the date and time when the picture was taken
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Rename picture files that contain EXIF-data. EXIF information is created by the camera when the picture is taken. An amount information is saved. For example the date and time when the picture was taken. It is this information that is interesting for EXIF ReName.
* Selecting the file extension of files you can rename
* Rename with only date/time
* Date/time + the old name (before or after)
* Date/time + new optional name (before or after)
* Copy the original files with new names
* Rename the original files
* Changing the EXIF data in image file
* Preconfigure extensions
* Settings are saved for each user
* Select the format of the file name and folder name. Ex. 2009-10-23, 2009 10 23 or 2009_10_23
* Automatic folder creation. Folder name from year, month and day of file creation
* Easy check for updated version
- Photo Sorter 188.8.131.52
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- streamCapture for Mac and Linux 0.2.3
A program to save streaming video to your computer.
Want to save video on your computer to view whenever you want?
streamCapture is trilingual: English, German and Swedish.
The program works with Linux, Windows and MacOS X. The program is
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