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Old 10-06-2009
angelajane
 

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burning digital photos to disc
whenever I burn a group of digital photos to disc, they do not appear in
date order, eve though the file I was copying is in date order

help - how can I burn them in date order.

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Old 10-06-2009
John Inzer
 

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Re: burning digital photos to disc
angelajane wrote:
> whenever I burn a group of digital photos to disc, they do not appear
> in date order, eve though the file I was copying is in date order
>
> help - how can I burn them in date order.

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Might be worth a try to number the photos.

Simple to do ...hard to explain...I hope this helps...

Open a folder and go to...Edit / Select All...
or just select one photo and type...Ctrl+A...

Now...with all the files highlighted...right click
the first photo and from the menu...choose...
Rename.

Type a base name that might be descriptive for
the folder... Vacation ... and a number...as follows...
Vacation (10001).jpg
(I'm just guessing they are in the .jpg format)

Now press...Enter...and windows will rename
the batch.

Vacation (10001).jpg
Vacation (10002).jpg
Vacation (10003).jpg

Enter a different base name in the next folder
and if you wish you can begin the numbers where
they ended in the first folder. Maybe the ending
filename in the first folder was:
Vacation (10303).jpg

For example: Summer Trip (10304).jpg

and windows will do the following:

Summer Trip (10304).jpg
Summer Trip (10305).jpg
Summer Trip (10306).jpg

Once all the renaming is done...you can
copy all the photos into one folder and do
a final rename for the complete collection.

Good luck.

BTW...personally I would make copies of the
folders and use the copies for my renaming
project. This way is anything goes wrong you
will still have the originals.

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Digital Media Experience

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Old 10-07-2009
angelajane
 

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Re: burning digital photos to disc
thanks for your help on this!

- it has worked. I have found though that the number to enter in was(1).
When I numbered the first pic (10001), as you suggested, the rest of the
pics numbered (2) and so on sequentially so that the (10001) went to the
end, not the beginning.


"John Inzer" <oobie@doobie.zyx> wrote in message
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> angelajane wrote:
>> whenever I burn a group of digital photos to disc, they do not appear
>> in date order, eve though the file I was copying is in date order
>>
>> help - how can I burn them in date order.

> ===============================
> Might be worth a try to number the photos.
>
> Simple to do ...hard to explain...I hope this helps...
>
> Open a folder and go to...Edit / Select All...
> or just select one photo and type...Ctrl+A...
>
> Now...with all the files highlighted...right click
> the first photo and from the menu...choose...
> Rename.
>
> Type a base name that might be descriptive for
> the folder... Vacation ... and a number...as follows...
> Vacation (10001).jpg
> (I'm just guessing they are in the .jpg format)
>
> Now press...Enter...and windows will rename
> the batch.
>
> Vacation (10001).jpg
> Vacation (10002).jpg
> Vacation (10003).jpg
>
> Enter a different base name in the next folder
> and if you wish you can begin the numbers where
> they ended in the first folder. Maybe the ending
> filename in the first folder was:
> Vacation (10303).jpg
>
> For example: Summer Trip (10304).jpg
>
> and windows will do the following:
>
> Summer Trip (10304).jpg
> Summer Trip (10305).jpg
> Summer Trip (10306).jpg
>
> Once all the renaming is done...you can
> copy all the photos into one folder and do
> a final rename for the complete collection.
>
> Good luck.
>
> BTW...personally I would make copies of the
> folders and use the copies for my renaming
> project. This way is anything goes wrong you
> will still have the originals.
>
> --
>
> J. Inzer MS-MVP
> Digital Media Experience
>
> Notice
> This is not tech support
> I am a volunteer
>
> Solutions that work for
> me may not work for you
>
> Proceed at your own risk
>


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Old 10-07-2009
John Inzer
 

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Re: burning digital photos to disc
angelajane wrote:
> thanks for your help on this!
>
> - it has worked. I have found though that the number to enter in was(1).
> When I numbered the first pic (10001), as you suggested, the
> rest of the pics numbered (2) and so on sequentially so that the
> (10001) went to the end, not the beginning.

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Thanks for the update...

Sorry, but something went wrong...

The numbers should have been:

(10001)
(10002)
(10003)

I guess you could try numbering the first
photo (1) but in my experience this causes
the numbers to be out of order.

Maybe the following would work better:

Img_0001.jpg
Img_0002.jpg

Anyway...the solution is numbering the files.

Cheers.

--

J. Inzer MS-MVP
Digital Media Experience

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me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk


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