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Project Description

This script allows you to download images from Picasa and optionally delete them.

Usage:

$ picasa_fetcher --username=<username> --password=<password> images/

This will download all images for the given user into the images/ folder (which you must create).

This will leave images on the server. To delete images older than N days, do:

$ picasa_fetcher --username=<username> --password=<password> --delete 1 images/

By default, the script will stop as soon as it finds an image with a timestamp it has seen before (it fetches images in reverse date order). To keep going, potentially overriding local files, use the --force parameter.

To limit the number of downloads, use the --limit parameter.

To get more usage information:

$ picasa_fetcher --help

Changelog

  • Added the --album option. To get the album id, open an album in the web GUI and get the URL of the RSS feed. The album id is in the URL after /albumid/.
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