iSortPhoto
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Rename and organize your digital images.   Demo ($2.99)
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iSortPhoto allows you to rename and organize your digital images. It's difficult to organize digital pictures when they are taken with different cameras by different people.

Every digital camera brand uses different convention for naming the files: as an example, Sony® names the pictures "DSC000xxx", Canon® instead uses "IMG_000xxx".

If the pictures are moved to a PC using a USB Pen Drive or a CD-ROM, they lose the original creation date and, consequently, it's going to be difficult to sort the pictures in chronological order, especially if they were shot
What's New
Version 2.2.1:

Note: The version level of the downloadable demo is 1.6. The version available for purchase from the Mac App Store is currently 2.2.1.
  • Fixed crash with OS X 10.8
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7.5 or later



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rnixon1 reviewed on 08 Jun 2012
1. The demo version is hidden. It has no label to tell you that it is actually a demo version.

2. The demo does not work properly. For me it did a couple of files and then from file number three it said "Cannot move to "

MY ASSESSMENT: DODGY!

DONT USE
[Version 2.0]


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Zo219 commented on 19 Aug 2011
This looks like a useful, well-designed app—but, with all due respect to the developer—I'm committed to not buying any software I cannot try out first. No matter it it's only a dollar or two—it all adds up.

Developers can provide a trial download on their site.

Besides, Apple ought to be ashamed of the tacky way in which the Mac App Store is run.
[Version 1.6]

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Videocom replied on 24 Jan 2012
You can download a demo version from our web site
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Zo219 replied on 22 Apr 2012
Thank you. Kinda hidden, but there it is.
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rnixon1 replied on 08 Jun 2012
I also cannot find the demo version.

Please detail where it is, or just MAKE IT MORE OBVIOUS
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Apple-Boy rated on 08 Feb 2011

[Version 1.0.5]



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Videocom rated on 02 Feb 2011

[Version 1.0.2]


Downloads:4,209
Version Downloads:34
Type:Utilities : File Management
License:Demo
Date:10 Apr 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price: $2.99
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iSortPhoto allows you to rename and organize your digital images. It's difficult to organize digital pictures when they are taken with different cameras by different people.

Every digital camera brand uses different convention for naming the files: as an example, Sony® names the pictures "DSC000xxx", Canon® instead uses "IMG_000xxx".

If the pictures are moved to a PC using a USB Pen Drive or a CD-ROM, they lose the original creation date and, consequently, it's going to be difficult to sort the pictures in chronological order, especially if they were shot by different cameras on the same day.

iSortPhoto is a useful utility that solves these kind of problems quickly and easily. You only need to Drag & Drop your pictures, or a folder containing your pictures, to rename the files with the date and time they were shot. You can also decide to keep the original name as a suffix or add additional words to the file name. Using iSortPhoto you will be able to keep your pictures in chronological order, ready to be used for a presentation or just to be archived for easy retrieval.t's also possible to correct errors made ​​during images shooting if the camera clock was set incorrectly, for example because of change from summer to winter time or vice versa


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