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PC's are like Air conditioners , it stops working when you open Windows

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  • Loves
    • C#
    • haXe
    • Mono
    • MonoDevelop
    • Linux
    • Ubuntu
  • Not so much love (but can handle)
    • Java
    • Slow Compilers

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awarded  Scholar
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accepted What's a good application for file and folder for organizing large amounts of images on Linux?
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comment What's a good application for file and folder for organizing large amounts of images on Linux?
Looks exactly like what I need, though what does the '-filename<DateTimeOriginal' flag do? It seems -d is supplying all the information.
May
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comment What's a good application for file and folder for organizing large amounts of images on Linux?
Hmm, indeed, forgot I could delegate moving to the native tools.
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comment What's a good application for file and folder for organizing large amounts of images on Linux?
Hmm, that might work out indeed. I was a bit concerned about performance, python isn't exactly the fastest language, and it quire quite some gigabytes of pictures. But the bottleneck is IO probably, so if programmed correctly it'll be only limited by that.
Apr
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comment What's a good application for file and folder for organizing large amounts of images on Linux?
That does only split out the NEF, I prefer if it is possible in one step. It is however part of the toolkit, thanks.
Apr
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comment What's a good application for file and folder for organizing large amounts of images on Linux?
I updated to the latest Shotwell, and it indeed now covers RAW files as well. That will probably be my choice if nothing else shows up. Another possibility is doing it manually based on exiv2 output, it will take some time however to write it.
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comment What's a good application for file and folder for organizing large amounts of images on Linux?
Hmm, I'm to used to StackOverflow :]
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asked What's a good application for file and folder for organizing large amounts of images on Linux?
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