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PhotoRenamer 4.0a



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About PhotoRenamer 4.0a
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 4.0a Menu

Quick Start

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

Renaming Mask

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

Files Selection

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Files Selection
Help Video

Special Specifications

Fast Track
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'

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      Keywords Format Specification of PhotoRenamer 4.0a

These new special format specifications allows the selection of any keyword (from the PhotoRenamer 4.0a database) at the time of photo renaming.

There are two types of keyword selection:
  1. Automatic Keyword Selection: the specification %Kx (and %KAx, for abbreviated keyword) allows the automatic selection of the keyword, x being the Id of the keyword in the PhotoRenamer 4.0a database.

  2. Manual Keyword Selection: the specification %K (and %KA, for abbreviated keyword) allows the manual selection of the keyword at the time of renaming.
A. Automatic Keyword Selection

The addition of a keyword from the PhotoRenamer 4.0a database is done automatically when the file renaming mask contains either a specification %Kx (or %KAx). The specification index (the x in %Kx or %KAx) is the Identifier (Id) of the Keyword in the PhotoRenamer 4.0a database.

Simply click on the 'Apply Renaming Mask' button

to update the new file name(s) with the selected keyword of the PhotoRenamer 4.0a database.



The easiest way to find the Keyword Id is to click on the 'Edit Renaming Mask' button

and use the file renaming mask editor to add the keyword selection specification automatically.



Select items of the menu 'Renaming Mask' to get detailed information about this feature: Edition of Renaming Masks of PhotoRenamer 4.0a

B. First Manual Keyword Selection

With a File Renaming Mask containing the specification %K,



the click on the 'Apply Renaming Mask' buttontriggers the dialog box for keyword selection



for each photo in the list.

When all is done, it ends with the proposal for new names containing the selected keywords.



Note, at any point in the list, that the same keyword can be applied to the remaining photos by clicking the check box labelled 'Apply the Same Keyword ....'



C. Further Manual Keyword Selection

Once the manual keyword selection is done, the next clicks on the 'Apply Renaming Mask' button

are useless.

The only way to force a complete renewal of the keywords is the following:
  1. remove the %K specification
  2. click once again in the 'Apply Renaming Mask' button
  3. re-introduce the %K specification
  4. and click once again on the 'Apply Renaming Mask' button.

D. Individual Manual Keyword Selection

Once the keyword selection is done, right-click on a photo with keyword to be changed and select the menu item 'Edit Applied Mask Data'



A dialog box pops up that allows the edition of dynamic format specification.



Click on the line containing the %K specification and select the right keyword from the database list




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