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Unwritable destination
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Folder does not exist
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Insufficient storage space
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Projected Storage Use
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Select a destination folder
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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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Although there are many built-in date/time naming options, you may find that you need something different. It's no problem to create your own. You can combine date/time choices to generate new combinations. Supposing you wanted a date format that combines year (YYYY), a hyphen, and month (MM) to form YYYY-MM. You can create it like this (note the red circle around the hyphen):
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When you give your photos and videos unique filenames, you'll never be confused as to which file is which. Using <b>sequence numbers</b> to make filenames unique is highly recommended!
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<p>Four types of sequence values are available to help you assign unique names to your photos and videos:<ol><li><b>Downloads today</b>: tracks downloads completed during that day.</li><li><b>Stored number</b>: similar to Downloads today, but it is remembered from the last time the program was run.</li><li><b>Session number</b>: reset each time the program is run.</li><li><b>Sequence letter</b>: like session numbers, but uses letters.</li></ol></p><p>Read more about sequence numbers in the <a href="http://damonlynch.net/rapid/documentation/#sequencenumbers">online documentation</a>.</p>
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<p>The <b>Synchronize RAW + JPEG</b> option is useful if you use the RAW + JPEG feature on your camera and you use sequence numbers in your photo renaming. Enabling this option will cause the program to detect matching pairs of RAW and JPEG photos, and when they are detected, the same sequence numbers will be applied to both photo names. Furthermore, sequences will be updated as if the photos were one.</p><p>Read more about file renaming in the <a href="http://damonlynch.net/rapid/documentation/#rename">online documentation</a>.</p>
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Contributors to this translation: Damon Lynch, Emmanuel Gil Peyrot, Ersplus, Gérard Duteil, Jean-Marc, Julien Valroff, LEROY Jean-Christophe, Nicolas Boulesteix, Olivier Girard, Tubuntu, cdubet, loquehumaine.