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Photo organizing app

Project description

PhotoSorter is a small script in Python and Python 3 which can organize your photos. For example we have some directory:

last_summer/
    IMG_0001.jpg
    IMG_0002.jpg
cafe/
    IMG_0042.jpg
Camera_2015-01-01-19-30.jpg

Script will read EXIF data from all images or file creation date(if no EXIF provided) and move them into human readable directory strucure: Year/Year_Month/Year_Month_Day/. For example:

2014/
    2014_08/
        2014_08_16/
            IMG_0001.jpg
            IMG_0002.jpg
        2014_08_20/
            IMG_0042.jpg
2015/
    2015_01/
        2015_01_01/
            Camera_2015-01-01-19-30.jpg

If names of files are identical script will not overwrite them. File will be renamed from filename.jpg to filename(1).jpg.

Installing

For first you must install libjpeg-dev to enable .JPEG file support for Pillow. In Debian/Ubuntu just type:

sudo apt-get install libjpeg-dev

For RPM based distros it would be:

sudo yum install libjpeg-turbo-devel

Installing app

Run in your console:

pip install photosorter

Manual installing

Save photosorter.py from GIT repository and install required python libs. For Debian/Ubuntu:

sudo apt-get install python-six python-pil

also you can install them from pypi.

Runing

Run:

photosorter –help

to see script params

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