Copy files to... allows you select a folder where a copy of the selected images is saved.
Move files to... allows you select a folder where the selected images are moved to.
Save copy as... allows you to save a copy of the graphic file with a different name. Enter
the new name in the file selection dialog in the same way as when you are saving a
Move file to... saves the file with a different path and deletes the original.
Sort files into subfolders / Name creates a subfolder and sorts the files according to
name in this folder. If, for example, you select five pictures whose name starts with “Wall”
and five others starting with “Grill”, the first five will be copied to a folder named “Wall”
and the others to a folder named “Grill”. If a filename occurs only once, the file will not be
moved and not renamed.
If you select Date instead of Name, the selected images will be moved to subfolders
that are named after the date of the respective image file and are placed in automatically
created month and year folders. This option is also available immediately upon import
and is useful if you used the Finder to import pictures from a digital camera. Flat creates
folders that also contain the name of the month after the day date so there is one folder
level less. This option is particularly useful if you take pictures only once in a while.
Extension sorts the files into folders according to their extension.
Set GPS from current Google Earth position adds the GPS data to the EXIF data of the
selected image files, see p 179 onwards.
Open GPX file... allows you to set the GPS data from a GPX file for selected pictures, see
p 181 onwards.
The following options are available in the Export submenu:
Crop for Photo Service... opens a dialog where you can crop the selected pictures one
after the other as with a specified aspect ratio. Photo services use photo paper with an
aspect ratio of 2:3. There is a separate chapter on this function. Please see page 93.
Upload file(s) opens a dialog via which you can copy the selected files onto a Web
server, (see p 83).
Find duplicate files... opens a dialog for finding and deleting duplicate files (see
Create Sort Folder creates a new folder called “Sort Folder”. If you drag image files to a
sort folder, a rising index number will be added to the front of the name. “Dog” becomes
“0001 Dog”. This allows you, for example, to reorganize pictures from different cameras.