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I have several cameras, some retired and/or broken, some working, some not. Their pictures are scattered across several computers, possibly with duplicates, and the original SD cards. The naming format is not consistent, dates possibly broken, and maybe not all the pictures are on the computers.
So what I need is a tool/way to:
- Collect images (can do manually)
- Deduplicate them based on image data or hash
- Store all of them in day-based or month-based folders so I can back them up on a external HDD
Note to duplication: The options in the dupe tag don't have any way of moving pictures based on date, preferably extracted from the EXIF data. And Picasa is more of a Google-syncer and centralized photo manager that operates on photos from many sources, and I couldn't find the option for actually reorganizing the photos on disk.