Every time we come back from a vacation, we bring along one or more digital cameras with several memory cards containing hundreds and thousands of photos. Much to our disappointment, modern cameras are not smart enough to guess what objects or locations we are shooting, so what we get as the result is a zillion of files with indecipherable names that we need to go through in a manual mode. This becomes very uncomfortable when you need to show a specific image to your friends or quickly send an image by email. In this case all you can do is to scroll through the image array tying to find the necessary image, which obviously takes way too much time and effort. What if there was a way to download your images from the camera and rename them right away?
PixName gives a definitive answer to this question. This handy software was designed to facilitate the process of downloading images from your digital camera or locating them on your hard drive and converting their filenames into a readable form. You can download images directly into dated folders, prepare them for sending by email, rearrange images in a desired order, create and view slideshows and perform a number of other image management operations. The author of PixName wanted the software to be a powerful tool for individual renaming and management of digital images and so it is, making you feel the difference between navigating through endless folders crammed with meaningless abbreviations and indexes and well-structured photo catalogs with easy-to-find pictures. Software like Copernic or Google desktop will be able locate the renamed pictures instantly.
Forget the mess you had to deal with before. With PixName, you know where to look for and will never lose your precious moments!