[Digikam-users] Import-Workflow with RAW-Pictures

Dr. Martin Senftleben drmartinus at drmartinus.de
Wed Aug 24 10:28:58 BST 2011

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Am 24.08.2011 11:10, schrieb Axel:
> Dear Digikam-Team,
> First I want to thank you for the excellent work you are doing by
> providing digikam to the open-source community. Very useful and
> promising software.
> I would like to have a work-flow for importing photos like the
> following:
> 2. Rename the photos according to a scheme that fits to my ideas.
>    I recognized that it is possible to rename a bunch of photos but  
>    I have not found a way to save this scheme for later use. I always
>    have to re-enter the renaming-pattern.
>    -> Is there a way to save the renaming-pattern? 

When you download the images, you can actually also decide which name
the images should get. I find the renaming options very extensive. The
option is in the bottom left of the download screen. In my system, the
settings I set there are kept.

> 3. After importing, I would like to move the raw-files (.cr2) to a
>    different location within the same 'importing process'.
>    Would that be possible?

No idea. Not within the importing process. After importing, you can
filter all cr2 images, highlight them and move them elsewhere.

That's all I can say. Maybe others have better/more ideas.


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