BatchBlitz provides a Categorize Images Wizard
that lets you
categorize your photos into different folders according to a
specified Exif or IPTC metadata. The folders' names will be the
E.g. if you categorize your photos according to the camera
make metadata, the result folders may look like this:
In the above picture, the Canon folder contains all
photos taken by Canon cameras, while the _Unknown folder
contains all files from which BatchBlitz failed to retrieve the
Using BatchBlitz, you can view the Exif and IPTC metadata of your
photos with simple clicks.
Just select an image in Files or Source Images
pane, then do one of the following:
|| Right click the image and select Properties from the context menu;
|| Click button on
the pane toolbar.
Then the "Image Properties" dialog is shown. See below for an
GPS info, if present, is also displayed. See below for an
You will learn how to put all photos into the same folder if they
were taken on the same day. The result folders may look like this:
In the above picture, the folder 2004-06-22 contains all
photos taken on Jun 22nd, 2004.
Categorization is always done on the photos that you selected into
the Source Images
list. You cannot
do categorization when this list is empty.
To select files into the Source
Images list, go to the Source view, then drag files or folders from
Folders pane, Files pane or Windows Explorer into the
Source Images list.
To invoke the Categorize Images
, just click button
the toolbar of the Source Images
pane. (Note: this button is disabled when the source list is
Select Exif - Date Picture
from the Categorize images
You may want to check the option Output
selective categories only so that photos out of specified
date range will not get categorized.
Step 2: Here you specify an output folder for the
By default, source files are copied to the output folder. To
delete original files after categorization, just check the below
Step 3: Categorization is now started.
Wait until process is done. Then you can click Finish to
quit the dialog.
For more tutorials on using BatchBlitz, click here.