Sorting pictures can be a time consuming task. Many devices such as cell phones and cameras save pictures with sequential numbers. While this is great because we, as the users, don’t need to name our photos as we take them. However, it does mean that sorting the resulting photos can be time consuming. Luckily we can use Legato to create a basic sorting interface. Unlike many of the scripts in this blog this script is intentionally incomplete. It is a basic framework in which you can build your own image processing. You could edit the script to move all of the images into folders based on the specified names. This would sort the pictures into events or groups. You could also edit the script to run a program on the images with names. You could create thumbnails of named images. There are many possibilities including reworking the script to work with more than images.
Posted: November 9, 2018 4:06 pm by David Theis in Development
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