Photo Combine renames photos from multiple cameras to avoid filename conflicts and sort by date and time taken across cameras.
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CameraNameDialog.Designer.cs
CameraNameDialog.cs
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DisplaySettings.cs
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TimespanDialog.Designer.cs
TimespanDialog.cs
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README.md

Photo Combine

Photo Combine renames photos from multiple cameras to avoid filename conflicts and sort by date and time taken across cameras.

Revision History

1.1.1

  • Support photos and videos from Google Pixel 3 phones
    • Recognize mp4 files as video
    • Handle filename patterns with date/time instead of sequential IDs

1.1.0

  • Add minutes and days options for adjusting time taken, since sometimes people don’t set the date on their cameras

1.0.0

  • Rearrange main form
  • Read video file metadata via MediaInfo
  • Allow adjusting time taken
  • Update to Visual Studio 2017

1.0.1

  • Fix crash when video camera model isn’t found
  • Find camera model for videos from Fuji cameras

0.1.0

  • Initial release.

External Libraries

Photo Combine has an original application icon, but the other icons come from Material Design. Video file metadata is accessed via the MediaInfo library.