Do you have multiple folders of photos/videos, multiple backups, from family and friends, or just a mess all over the place? Photo Folder Merge pulls all these together into one consolidated location, removes any duplicates, and keeps the original folder organisation of each folder, so folders named "Jeff's Birthday" are retained. It's not just photos, we support images, raw files, videos, companion files (basically anything you can think of), all copied or moved to the 'Merged Folder'. They can come from folders, archives, network drives, NAS, or USB drives. Once you have your consolidated folder, you can move things around without worrying about any future 'Merges' getting confused. For example, if you have 5 folders from friends about "Jeff's Birthday" then bring them together, the next time you merge more folders, or even the same folders, Photo Folder Merge won't create any duplicates, even when you've moved folders, files, or renamed things. That means you can run Photo Folder Merge as many times as you need, add more folders from a camera or a long lost archive, or from multiple copies of the same folder that might have one or two newer pictures; Photo Folder Merge does all the hard work of pulling it all together and giving you that one place where all your photos and videos can live. Used for • Bringing together family and friends photos and videos • Simplify searching for a photo or video • Reduce disk storage by removing duplicates • Merging multiple copies of folders or backups • Keeping the companion files, for example documents, videos, etc. Features • Remove duplicates or allow them, the choice is yours. • Merge just photos, include videos, or include anything, regardless of file type. • Merge into a hierarchy or flat folder structure. • Copy or Move your files. • Collision detection can overwrite or create unique copies. • Keep the original file dates, or not, there's a wealth of options.
- Remove duplicates or allow them, the choice is yours.
- Merge just photos, include videos, or include anything, regardless of file type.
- Merge into a hierarchy or flat folder structure.
- Copy or Move your files.
- Collision detection can overwrite or create unique copies.
- Keep the original file dates, or not, there's a wealth of options.