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To specify where you want your files downloaded and how you want them named, open the appropriate panel on the right-side of the application window: <b>Destination</b>, <b>Rename</b>, or <b>Job Code</b>.
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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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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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Using the drop-down menu, select a built-in preset or click on <b>Custom</b> to configure your own
scheme. You create your own schemes using the Photo or Video Subfolder Generation Editor:
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It's easy to download raw images into one folder, and jpeg images into another. Simply use the <b>Filename Extension</b> as part of your download subfolder generation scheme:
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Det er enkelt å lasta ned råfiler i éi mappe og JPEG-filer i ei anna. Berre bruk <b>Filtype</b> som ein del av skjemaet for å laga undermapper ved nedlasting:
Norwegian Nynorsk rapid-photo-downloader in Rapid Photo Downloader pyqt by Kevin Brubeck Unhammer on 2017-11-06
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You do not have to create nested download subfolders. This illustration shows
the generation of download subfolders that contain only the date the photos were taken and a
Job Code:
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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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<b>Job Codes</b> let you easily enter text that describes sets of photos and videos. You can
use them in subfolder and file names. In this illustration, some files have had the Job Code
&quot;Street&quot; applied to them, and the selected files are about to get the Job Code
&quot;Green Bazaar&quot;:
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You can apply new or existing Job Codes before you start a download. If there are any
files in the download that have not yet had a Job Code applied to them, you'll be prompted to enter
a Job Code for them before the download begins.
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Contributors to this translation: Damon Lynch, Erik M, Harald H., Lars-Eivind Bjørtvedt, Martin Dahl Moe.