This software automatically group photo or video files and batch rename them based on the user preset time interval. User can use minutes, hours, days, weeks, months or years as time interval unit (e.g. set 3 hours as time interval), so all the photos or videos, based on the time taken or created sequence, will be grouped as one batch if adjacent two files' time difference less than the time interval (e.g. 3 hours) .
This feature makes user very easy to group files for an event or a scene with the same name but different serial numbers. For example, user took a bunch of photos or videos in Central Park on Saturday, and the other bunch of photos and videos in Disneyland on Sunday. If user set 1 day as time interval then photos or videos for Central Park will be automatically grouped as one batch and those for Disneyland will be grouped as another batch. For example,
First Batch could look like
2014.07.26 Central Park - 0001
2014.07.26 Central Park - 0002 ...
Second Batch could look like
2014.07.27 Disneyland - 0001
2014.07.27 Disneyland - 0002 ...
If user has too many scenes in one event and want group the scenes instead of event, then smaller time interval can be used. For example, Disneyland is one event but with different scenes like hunted house, rollercoaster, Water Park user may set 5 (or 6, 7...) minutes as time interval. So the photos or videos, on time taken sequence, the adjacent two files' time difference less than 5 minutes will be grouped as one batch.
User can also place time stamp and description stamp (you can type the scene, event name) on the photos and adjust the size of the stamps.
||Free to try
Windows Server 2008