Beautiful Backup 2 Pro : Create Hierarchical Folders for Photos
Developer: Muharrem Ozkan
Current Version: 1.2
Last Updated: 5 days ago
Download Size: 2.2 MB - Download
This is the most capable utility to organise your photos and videos in a hierarchical folder structure.
Just show where is all your digital media. One click will be enough to organize them.
◉ Finds your photos, videos or other files inside your huge backup folders. Check every folder and subfolders deeply and extract them.
◉ Creates a single, clean beautiful backup folder.
◉ Organises your media in a beautiful folder hierarchy using many custom parameters like below
• Taken date (using EXIF data if available)
• Event Name that you create like Europe Trip or Wedding
• Address of the location (Country, City, Street, Place Name etc.)
• Camera Information (Canon, Nikon, iPhone etc.)
• File type (Photos, Videos, Audios etc.)
• File extension (JPG, MOV, TIFF, RAW etc.)
◉ Eliminates duplicated files
◉ Resizes photos and videos to your desired resolutions
◉ Creates archive files splitted by size or year
◉ Rotates photos according to their correct orientation
◉ Filters small photos and videos
◉ Offers you Clean & Remember too, to clean your multi-shot photos. Probably you have lots of multi-shot photos of the same moments. This tool will help you clean them. It will remember your choices so you will not waste your time again with same photos.
◉ Changes your beautiful backup folder structure to any other structure with one-click without copying all files again.
◉ Helps you to create shrink version of your digital collection with resizing to any resolution. It will take a lot less space and can be easily saved to your cloud backup accounts.
Beautiful Backup is just for you If
► You have lots of photos and videos?
► You have many duplicated photo and video backups?
► You have many backups, and even backups of backups?
► You want to create one simple and beautiful backup folder from all your media collection?
► You don’t know how to find all your media between huge backups and organise them?
► You want one click solution and don't want to spent time for this tedious job?
More Reviews for Current Version
One of the few file management apps available on a Mac - I had been scouring the internet for a product that would do just what this one does. I must admit that I was nervous because 16 years of family memories are at stake. Like many users my file management discipline is sadly lacking and my family photographs are spread over 6 disk drives and there are many duplicates. I tried to map out a plan. First I tested this application. I gathered approximately 20GB photos and put them in a single folder. Some of the photos were already in folders of their own. I ran the application and it created a set of directories by year/month/date. I compared the target folder size to the source folder size. It was close but not exact. When I examined the folders I could see more duplicates than the application found which was troubling. I decided to use another application to find duplicates and it did a vey good job. My workflow was first find duplicates as I added more and more pictures and then run Beautiful Backup 2 (BB2). My final step would be to migrate the data to my Synology NAS. When I opened the user interface for the first time I was impressed. This looked ready for prime time. I ran more tests and finally I decided that it should be close enough. Besides I have copies of the photographs of course. I have around 70GB of photographs spread over 16 years (about 22,000 files). I am now at the stage that I feel comfortable proceeding. It appears to me that the main functionality is there (I’ll know soon) but there are still some areas that ned work. For example, duplicates are not always the exact same size. BB2 does not catch these. Other duplicate applications do. So it’s not perfect however if it automates the directory structure for me, that’s a huge start and worth the price of admission.
uses up all the memory - seemed promising, i have 32 gb RAMon my iMac .the only app i have seen that drains all of it and causes the imac to freeze. good concept but poor interface… and yes offcourse does not work