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PhotoRenamer 4.0b



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About PhotoRenamer 4.0b
Language: Visual C++
IDE:Microsoft Visual Studio 2015
App. Version:4.0b
Appl. Size:6,43 MB (6.748.672 bytes)
Creation Date:12-Feb-‎2017 2016:20:30 (GMT+1)
Link Type:Statically Linked
Installer Size:8,97 MB (9.413.917 bytes)
Installer Date:12-Feb-‎2017 21:00:00 (GMT+1)



PhotoRenamer 4.0b Menu

Quick Start

Fast Track
Help Video: Quick Tour
What's New in PhotoRenamer 4.0b
Feedback and Awards of PhotoRenamer 4.0b
Download Counters of PhotoRenamer
Download PhotoRenamer 4.0b
Safe Use of PhotoRenamer 4.0b
TGMDev PhotoRenamer History

Renaming Mask

Fast Track
Renaming Photos with PhotoRenamer 4.0b
Mask Format Specifications
Edition of Renaming Masks of PhotoRenamer 4.0b
Handling of Duplicates
File Extention

Files Selection

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Files Selection
Help Video

Special Specifications

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Keywords Specifications
Keyboard Entries Specification
Picture Counter Specifications

Meta Data

Exif Meta Data
IPTC Meta Data

User Interface

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Ribbon Category 'Home'
Ribbon Category 'Photo Rename'
Ribbon Category 'Details'
Ribbon Category 'Options'
Ribbon Category 'View'
Ribbon Category 'Help'

Registering, Feedback and Support

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      Exif Meta Data

Exif stands for Exchangeable Image File Format. This is a specification for additional data about the picture that are stored in the picture file.
Exif specifications describe dozens of picture metadata:
  • Device used to take the picture
  • Picture size (Height and Width)
  • Device resolution,
  • Picture shot data (use of flash, date and time of shot, exposure, light source, focal lenth, ...)
  • GPS data (location at the time of shhot)
  • Thumbnails
  • ...

PhotoRenamer 4.0b reads and displays the Exif MetaData of the pictures (if those data are available) and proposes an option to use the Exif Date and Time of Shot (instead of the Date and Time of the File) to build the Date and Time parts of the file names.

The complete Exif specifications can be found here .


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