How to compare two albums?
mnaugendre at gmail.com
Fri Feb 9 09:23:24 GMT 2018
On Linux, you can use Meld to make such comparisons.
2018-02-09 10:02 GMT+01:00 Andrew Goodbody <ajg02 at elfringham.co.uk>:
> I use Beyond Compare by Scooter Software. Its not free in any sense but it
> is the best comparison GUI that I know of and I have paid to use it at home
> and work bought me a copy as well.
> There are other solutions out there, just Google for 'directory comparison
> program' and you'll get many hits.
> On 09/02/18 06:44, NeiNei wrote:
>> Hi Martin,
>> just out of curiosity.
>> Would there be also a DigiKam built-in solution for this problem? If not
>> something with GUI outside DigiKam?
>> On 08.02.2018 23:34, Martin Burnicki wrote:
>>> CD.Graesser wrote:
>>>> How can i compare 1700 filtered images (all from 2017 with star rating
>>>> 4) with a folder/album that contains 1500 images to find the missing
>>>> ones and copy only those.
>>>> The problem came up while i wanted to copy the 1700 filtered images into
>>>> a new album, but after 1500 image the harddrive was full and the copying
>>>> stopped. How do i know which are missing?
>>> Albums are simply directories, so you could just open a command line
>>> window, list the files, pipe the output into a text file and compare the
>>> text files from both directories.
>>> The exact commands depend on the OS you are running: Linux? Windows?
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