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Project Description

I’ve created this little script in order to make my picture collections more sortable. It will timestamp files in a directory tree according to each file’s name. It supports various different file extensions with optional prefixes and suffixes. Also, it uses a datetime.datetime.strptime to extract the time from the filename, so it’s easily changeable to suit your needs. Out of the box it supports the following:

  • prefixes: [‘IMG’, ‘PIC’, ‘PANO’, ‘VID’] or no prefix
  • file types (extensions): [‘.JPG’, ‘.JPEG’, ‘.MP4’]
  • date format: %Y%m%d_%H%M%S, eg: 20150131_120017

Installation: pip install name2time


Clone the project & run from source

Usage: name2timestamp [–fmt FORMAT] [-y or –yes] DIRECTORY

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