A more logical way to organise your digital photos
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Every budding digital camera user has the problem of keeping their photos stored in an easy to organise way. An average user may have a "few hundreds" of photos called IMG_100.JPG, IMG_0152.JPG, IMG_0531.JPG* in folders CAN0100, CAN0111*, etc.
Pictures you can't find are almost as useless as pictures that are completely lost so its 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 you can understand. RoboFolder allows you to rename files based on flexible renaming system. This rename system prevents duplicates and put a short info to a file name such as brief camera model name, picture taken date and time: 2005-01-31_12-98-12_350D.jpg.
High-end digital cameras take photos in both JPEG and RAW file format. JPEG uses lossy compression and may affect colors and resolution. The photo may be blur or bleed colors for no reason. The RAW file is not compressed and captures the photo without resolution loss and color loss and gives more flexibility, and higher quality beyond just exposure adjustments. RoboFolder allows you to transfer the RAW files into separate folders than JPEG.