Prog to search and sort photos by width and height of the image.

Pages: 1

15.12.2006 17:09:00
The problem is this: we have a lot of photos placed in different directories on your computer, you need to organize a search to find pictures of attribute "area" (Resolution), t. E. For example, to find all photos that are more than 600x800 pxl, or at least, would have been 600pxl greater height, and so on. n.
purpose of weed files are not suitable for printing photographs of certain sizes.
Please tell me what program you can do it! I tortured have to look!
 

15.12.2006 17:21:00

ACDSee. There is a search for the values ​​of EXIF, support equal, greater than, less than.

15.12.2006 17:21:00
I did this with the help of Total Commander + content plugin Exif (or Mona ShellDetails). And then Alt + F7, utanavlivaem search options and forwards. If you want, I will describe in more detail.
think. it is possible to solve the problem and using scripts IMatch. But the total is closer somehow

15.12.2006 18:00:00

C ACDSee understood. Thank you very much.

But with the vehicle in any way. Where to get Exif plugin? If not difficult to describe in detail. I think you'll be grateful, not only me. Thank you very much.

15.12.2006 18:29:00
quote:


But with the vehicle in any way. Where to get Exif plugin? If not difficult to describe in detail. I think you'll be grateful, not only me. Thank you very much.

need Total Commander later version 6. 5. How do I use TOTAL will not explain

Where to plug
http: // ghisler. com / plugins. htm # content (looking plug Exif)
or modification here http: // wincmd. ru / plugring / exif2. html

Install Plugin
If you go to the archive of the plugin Thoth - he will offer to install. Another option - in the settings dialog. Or through the Plugin Manager. But the easiest way to take advantage of the first embodiment

How juzat
Call ordinary search dialog (Alt + F7). Tab Plugins. And there already chosen plugin field and criteria.

15.12.2006 18:45:00
TC will be long and tedious to go through all the files in sequence all sections, selecting image files. ACDSee - based on their indexing, even without referring to the file itself, so is almost instantly. If you specify a database search.
 

15.12.2006 19:18:00
quote:
:
TC will be long and tedious to go through all the files in sequence all sections, selecting image files. ACDSee - based on their indexing, even without referring to the file itself, so is almost instantly. If you specify a database search.
Wow!
course, database search better. I must say, in IMath even better! But the current one who is not yuzaet ACDSee as a directory (ACDSee as a directory is not very convenient, and (very comfortable-not even), and pricey). . .
way, about the speed of Thoth. "Long and tedious" - it is certainly not here, obviously with something messed up. Oh, and do not forget that the total is finding the cache and also makes the search again passes almost instantly.

15.12.2006 19:36:00

total is finding the cache and also makes the search again passes almost instantly.

A will have to do again? : O)
cache stores even after a reboot? : O)


"long and tedious" - it is certainly not here, obviously with something messed up.

Note that the TC-in has to go through all the folders table of contents for all sections in sequence. And then another and proofreads found in the EXIF-Options header files themselves. Stone Age. Its speed is determined only by the total capacity of the system. ACDSee digs in the database (which is all in one place), which contains all the EXIF-parameters and even thumbnails of image files, without being distracted by other files at all. Effectively ten times at least. And by independent reboots, automatically adds the base and. . . also uses caches. : O)

ACDSee as a directory is not very convenient and

Yes, I agree that the bike is uncomfortable, if you go on it, starting from the ground underfoot? But why? : O)

15.12.2006 21:14:00
quote:
:

total is finding the cache and also makes the search again passes almost instantly.

A will have to do again? : O)
It depends on the task.
quote:
cache stores even after a reboot? : O)
Estesstvenno not. And, it is necessary to reboot? : O)

quote:

Note that the TC-in has to go through all the folders table of contents for all sections in sequence.
I understand how the search for the file system and I do not need to be taken into account.
quote:
And then another and proofreads found in EXIF-Options header files themselves.
Oh, what strashnayu the complexity of something. . .
quote:
His speed is determined only by the total capacity of the system as a whole.
Hmm. . . And I thought that this is a general property of any process running but the computer. . .
quote:
ACDSee digs in the database (which is all in one place), which contains all the EXIF-parameters and even thumbnails of image files, without being distracted by other files at all. Effectively ten times at least. And by independent reboots, automatically adds the base and. . . also uses caches. : O)
Warning! Question! And who says that is not true? ? ?
course, database search better. - floor seems my words? Just do not
ACDSee one alive.
quote:
ACDSee as a directory is not very convenient and
Yes, I agree that the bike is uncomfortable, if you go on it, starting from the ground underfoot? But why? : O)
Hire a coach who will teach bikes.
And you yourself have tried to maintain a catalog of photos in ACDSee? Either that, by hearsay? I speak from personal experience. View - yes. Perhaps the fastest processor in JPEG ACDSee. In Intell there is not bad.
For the money that ask for ACDSee - is a miserable squalor. Although the legs to push, even banging his head against the wall.

quote:
Stone Age.
Stone Age - a failure to understand that the task can be accomplished in several ways.
Yes, search the ACDSee faster. But for that I need to put it and buy. And the same can be done with everyday (at least for me, not talking about the other) of the product - TC. And the search will last 1 second or 45 seconds (for my files 3000-4000) is not so critical!

Lana enough Flames. All clear - ACDSee taxis. Snoshu IMatch, turn on the ACDSee.

PS try though occasionally before responding to read carefully what answer.

15.12.2006 22:14:00

But for that I need to put it and buy. And the same can be done with everyday (at least for me, not talking about the other) of the product - TC. And the search will last 1 second or 45 seconds (for my files 3000-4000) is not so critical!

I, I, me, me. . .
not get carried away, I do not do something you suggested, and the author of the topic. If you had not noticed, I'm not guilty.
 

09.11.2008 20:46:00
though the theme and old, but not to produce a new one. . I would like to ask a question for. .

and if the sample does not need to make a simple image and photo resolution. . . such as 128x128, 240x320. . . . and so on. d.
EXIF ​​is present only on the photo. .

how to be, that will advise. . .
Pages: 1

Prog to search and sort photos by width and height of the image.

info@www.about-digital-photo.com