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<p>In the illustration above, the first row of the Timeline is black because all the files on
that date had been previously downloaded.</p>
<p>The Timeline's slider adjusts the time elapsed between consecutive shots that is used to build
the Timeline:</p>
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To view photos and videos for a particular time range, use the mouse (optionally in combination with the <tt>Shift</tt> or <tt>Ctrl</tt> keys) to select time periods. When a time range is selected, the Timeline button on the left side of the main window will be highlighted.
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A download always includes all files that are checked for download, including those that are not currently displayed because the Timeline is being used.
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You can hide or display the download sources by clicking on the name of the device you're downloading from at the top left of the program window.
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Thumbnails can be sorted using a variety of criteria:
<ol>
<li><b>Modification Time:</b> when the file was last modified, according to its metadata (where
available) or according to the filesystem (as a fallback).</li>
<li><b>Checked State:</b> whether the file is marked for download.</li>
<li><b>Filename:</b> the full filename, including extension.</li>
<li><b>Extension:</b> the filename's extension. You can use this to group jpeg and raw images, for
instance.</li>
<li><b>File Type:</b> photo or video.</li>
<li><b>Device:</b> name of the device the photos and videos are being downloaded from.</li>
</ol>
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When thinking about your download directory structure, keep in mind two different types
of directory:
<ol>
<li>The <b>destination folder</b>, e.g. &quot;Pictures&quot;, &quot;Photos&quot;, or
&quot;Videos&quot;. This directory should already exist on your computer. In the illustration
below, the destination folders are &quot;Pictures&quot; and &quot;Videos&quot;. The
name of the destination folder is displayed in the grey bar directly above the folder tree,
with a folder icon to its left and a gear icon to its far right.</li>
<li>The <b>download subfolders</b>, which are directories that will be automatically generated
by Rapid Photo Downloader. They need not already exist on your computer, but it's okay if they do.
They will be generated under the destination folder.</li>
</ol>
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You can download photos and videos to the same destination folder, or specify a different
destination folder for each. The same applies to the download subfolders for photos and
videos&mdash;download photos and videos to the same subfolders, or use a different scheme for each
type.
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Automatically generated download subfolders can contain further automatically generated subfolders if need be. A common scheme is to create a year subfolder and then a series of year-month-day subfolders within it.
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Whenever possible, the program previews the download subfolders of photos and videos to download:
<ol>
<li>The destination folder tree shows the download subfolders already on your computer (those in
a regular, non-italicized font), and the subfolders that will be created during the download
(those whose names are italicized).</li>
<li>The folder tree also shows into which subfolders the files will be downloaded (those colored
black).</li>
</ol>
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Download subfolder names are typically generated using some or all of the following elements:
<ol>
<li><b>File metadata</b>, very often including the date the photo or video was created, but might
also
include the camera model name, camera serial number, or file extension e.g. JPG or CR2.</li>
<li>A <b>Job Code</b>, which is free text you specify at the time the download occurs, such as the
name of an event or location.</li>
<li><b>Text</b> which you want to appear every time, such as a hyphen or a space.</li>
</ol>
Naming subfolders with the year, followed by the month and finally the day in numeric format makes
it easy to keep them sorted in a file manager, which is why it's the default option:
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Contributors to this translation: Andi Chandler, Kuvaly [LCT].