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- 773 KB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- Roger Cossaboom
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- C: \ Multimedia \ Graphic \ Graphic Others
Intuitive layout and ease of use
In an attempt to keep things as simple as possible, its interface only comprises a minimalistic set of clear and accessible options, making the sorting process just a matter of a few clicks. Practically, your only task is to select the source and the target directories.
Once you choose the input location, the application proceeds to analyzing its content and displays all the containing images within its main window, in an organized manner, displaying the number of loaded pictures and their total size. Clicking on an item in the list triggers the preview function, enabling you to take a look at each image before sorting the files.
Effortlessly sort large image collections
Further options enable you to optionally include sub-folders in the scanning operation and instruct the application to erase the original files from their location once the copying process is completed.
In order to sort the photos, you just have to press the 'Copy' button. The task can be stopped at any time using the dedicated option. Statistical data about the last operation (such as the number of copied, skipped, failed and renamed files) is also available.
One of the most important advantages of SortKing is that it can manage file conflicts on its own by comparing the content of the two images and creating copies to avoid data loss due to overwriting.
Sorts photos and handles file conflicts
SortKing saves you a lot of time you would simply waste on manually sorting a large photo collection. It can quickly process a large number of files, handling file conflicts on its own. An organized collection helps you quickly find pictures of important events, without having to look through dozens of folders.
SortKing was reviewed by Mihaela Citea, last updated on May 24th, 2014
Runs on: Windows 2K / XP / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit / 8 / 8 64 bit / 2008