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Преименуване на изображения, с помощта на "ДигиКам"

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Наименуването на вашите изображения с ясни, смислени имена прави следенето и сортирането им много по- лесно. Разбира се, ръчното преименуване на всяка една снимка не е практично и удобно, особено ако снимате десетки, дори стотици снимки на ден. Ето защо, ДигиКам поддържа функционалността за преименуване- Rename. Можете да я използвате, за да задавате специфични и комплексни правила за наименуване, които да прилагате мигновено на множество снимки.

Digikam rename.png

To put the Rename tool to practical use, select the photos you want to rename and press the Rename button in the main toolbar (you can also choose Image -> Rename or press F2). The Rename dialog window offers a vast range of renaming options which allow you to create complex renaming rules. But you might want to start with a simple rule that renames photos using the date and time data. To do this, press the Date & Time button and select Image from the Source drop-down list. This will pull the date and time info from the photo’s metadata.

Next, you have to specify a date/time format by selecting the appropriate item from the Format drop-down list. If none of the available formatting options satisfy you, select the Custom item, which lets you construct the formatting string manually. For example, the
formatting string produces file names like
while the
string generates names like

The clever part is that you can immediately see the result of the renaming string right below the Format field. For a full list of available formatting options, check the official Qt documentation.

Besides date and time, the Rename dialog window offers a few other useful options. The Camera button, for example, allows you to add the camera model to the file name. This can be useful if you are using several cameras and you want to quickly identify photos taken with a specific camera. The Metadata button gives you access to EXIF and other photo metadata you can use in renaming rules.

Digikam metadata.png

Next to the field where you enter the renaming rule, there is a button that lets you specify so-called modifiers or actions that will be applied to the file names during the renaming operation. For example, using the Change Case modifiers, you can convert all file names to lower or uppercase, or capitalize the first letter. Here is a quick overview of other useful modifiers:

  • Trimmed – Removes leading, trailing, and extra spaces.
  • Unique – Adds unique numerical values to identical file names.
  • Replace – Performs search and replace. The modifier supports regular expressions.
  • Range – Lets you specify a specific fragment of the file name for the renaming rule. For example, the {5-} modifier in the [file]{5-} rule removes the first four characters of the file name, so IMAG0113.jpg, IMAG0351.jpg, and IMAG0573.jpg are renamed to 0113.jpg, 0351.jpg, and 0573.jpg

While digiKam offers a wide range of other features that can help you to keep tabs on your photos, it’s worth experimenting with the Rename tool. This way, you can quickly locate or identify specific photos even when digiKam is not running.

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