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A utility for transferring digital photos from a camera card.

DISCLAIMER:
As with most of my projects, this is experimental software, and you use it entirely at your own risk...

Version 0.1.0

Background
CamCardSync is a utility to assist in transferring images from a digital camera's memory card to a collection of neatly organised folders on a computer.  I frequently find that I'll have several days' shooting on a single memory card, and want to transfer them quickly and easily to the computer - while keeping each day's shooting separate.


Using CamCardSync
The first time you run CamCardSync it will display a settings dialog, asking where you'd like photos to be saved.  New folders will be created within the folder you choose here - named by date.

The most convenient way to use CamCardSync is to integrate it with Gnome's removable media handling.  In Gnome's Removable Drives and Media Preferences dialog, click the Cameras tab, and simply check "Import digital photographs when connected".  Then enter "/path/to/camcardsync %h" in the Command box.

Now when a camera or memory card is attached to the computer, CamCardSync should automatically run, and scan the card, searching for photos.

The main window should display a summary of files found, organised by date - you can check or uncheck each day's photos, to choose which will be transferred.  When you click OK, the photos will be copied, each day's shooting being given a folder of its own, named by date - i.e. yyyy-mm-dd.



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