phototrie and other photo organising tools
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README.md

phototrie (and other helper scripts)

Phototrie is a minimalistic application for quickly sorting through your photographs.

This repository also includes batchrename and datename, two commands useful for organising photographs.

Usage

phototrie

Run phototrie JPG in a directory where you have unsorted JPG photos.

CR2 photos in the same directory, or in a CR2/ subdirectory, with the same name will also be processed.

Wait a short while for thumbnails to be generated. Once this has completed, a window will pop up, showing your photos.

Press B to mark a photo as bad, G for good and P for pristine (future versions may allow custom names).

Phototrie will move them into directories with those labels as you go along.

datename

datename photo1.jpg photo2.jpg (etc)

e.g. datename *.JPG to process all JPG files in a directory.

This will rename photos to have their date (as stored in EXIF) as their name.

CR2 photos in the same directory, or in a CR2/ subdirectory, with the same name will also be processed.

Once you are ready to apply the changes for real, pass --apply (or -y).

batchrename

batchrename <regex> <replacement> photo1.jpg photo2.jpg (etc)

e.g. batchrename .JPG$ .jpg *.JPG

Once you are ready to apply the changes for real, pass --apply (or -y).

Installation

You will probably need to install (on Debian/Ubuntu):

apt install python3-dev python3-pip python3-tk python3-pil python3-pil.imagetk

Then you can use:

pip3 install --user phototrie

(or, install from this repository: pip3 install --user git+https://bics.ga/reivilibre/phototrie)