When you snap a picture using your digital camera or smartphone, it stores some information as metadata inside the picture files. Usually EXIF format is used for storing this information and it may contain details about the camera model, whether flash was fired, the focal length used, the type of lens used, the orientation of camera, the location of the place (latitude and longitude coordinates) of the place where the picture was taken, the exact date and time when it was taken and more.
AmoK Exif Sorter makes use of this EXIF metadata embedded inside your pictures to sort them according to date and time as well as other information. It can also use less commonly used IPTC metadata format for sorting your pictures. This makes it very easy to find all the pictures taken at a certain location, using a certain camera, at a given time.
AmoK Exif Sorter is designed using Java and comes with a portable version of JRE eliminating any need to install JRE for it to work. You can download its portable version, extract it to a folder and launch ExifSorter.exe from there. It is also available for macOS and Linux.
AmoK Exif Sorter supports three types of sorting – copy, move and rename. Based on the metadata, you can copy or move a specific set of pictures to a different folder. You can also rename the pictures using the EXIF or IPTC metadata embedded inside them. For example, you can add the date and time to the picture file names in a much more human readable format. You can even save your sorting settings to different profiles.
AmoK Exif Sorter is a nice little tool for quickly renaming your digital pictures based on the EXIF or IPTC metadata inside them. It works flawlessly and can work with thousands of pictures in a few minutes.
You can download AmoK Exif Sorter from http://www.amok.am/en/freeware/amok_exif_sorter/.