RoboFolder allows you to re-organize your image collection on a hard drive into the folders with descriptive names. You can auto rotate your images losslessly, correct image date, assign copyright info to entire collection automatically.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:05
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PicaJet Photo Organizer 2.6.5 PicaJet Photo Manager helps you automatically manage 1000s of your digital photos in seconds. If you have a large photo collection and need an efficient way to organize it, this is the software you'll want.
PicaJet FX 2.6.5 PicaJet is a picture database software that helps you automatically manage 1000s of your digital photos in seconds. If you have a large photo collection and need an efficient way to organize it, you must have this digital photo album software.
Description: Pictures you can't find are JUST AS USELESS as pictures that are completely lost! So, it is important to think about a system for naming pictures and picture folders.
RoboFolder takes a fresh approach into managing your photos by re-arranging the folder structure to logical folder structure with descriptive names. Additionally RoboFolder allows you to rename files based on flexible renaming system and do many common photographer tasks, such as auto-rotating photos (lossless), auto-correcting image resolution, assigning your copyright info to your each photo on your collection automatically.
If you have thousands of photos, you need RoboFolder!
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