The Big Mean Folder Machine is a folder management utility and easy to use file. You can split files into folder hierarchies or merge them into a single folder. With a wizard style interface known, The Big Mean Folder Machine is an essential tool for anyone who works with large file collections, including digital photographers, content creation, post-production, system administrators, and other creative professionals.
PERFECT FOR (RE) ORGANIZING YOUR PHOTO COLLECTION
The Big Mean Folder Machine knows all about the dates and times of recording embedded in digital image files EXIF JPEG or RAW. With just a few clicks, you can reorganize your entire collection of photos in a hierarchy of custom folders. Do you want to organize your photos by year and month? Click. Click. Fact. Do you prefer a deeper hierarchy with year, month and date? Click. Click. Fact.
ALSO WE LOVE YOUR MUSIC
The Big Mean Folder Machine is so useful for your music collections and can read ID3 (Artist, Album, Title, Year, etc.) tags and use them to divide your entire collection into a hierarchy of folders on your own pristine design.
CREATE TOPS LOTS OF FIXED SIZE
Anyone who has tried to record a large collection of files on physical media such as DVDs or CD appreciate the ability of Big Mean Folder Machine to create folders batch of a certain size, so you can copy each folder in a stand-alone database.
MERGE multiple folders
machine large folders can not only split files into folders, but can also do the opposite, ie, merging many files folders and folder hierarchies in a single folder. It is not just doing this manually too tedious, but also run into real problems when run in files with the same name in multiple folders. The Big Mean Folder Machine takes care of these issues with conflict resolution algorithm customizable file name.
POWER SAFE, FLEXIBLE AND INDUSTRIAL
All this would be of little use unless there is a safe, flexible and able behind these beautiful buttons motor. Machine large folders means a processing engine backup database 64 – bit based on the industry that is capable of displacing hundreds of thousands of files and terabytes of data, while taking care of annoying problems, such as conflicts of filename.