Graphics | PhotoSort 2.20
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Unlike most duplicate detection programs, PhotoSort compares pictures by the way they look. This means that it can find duplicate photos even when one is slightly out of zoom, has different brightness, if the subject has moved a little bit or the photo was taken from a slightly different angle. Pictures can even be in saved in different file format, have different size, contrast, saturation and even have added elements like logos and texts. All this makes PhotoSort perfect for any duplicate finding task.
There is no need to re-scan your collection for the second or third time with different parameters - do this only once per session and then watch pictures regroup in real time as you tweak tolerance level to suit your needs.
If there are a lot if images that need to be marked it would take you a lot of time to do it by yourself. Let PhotoSort do this for you by using its SmartMark filter or tell it to mark all pictures that match certain criteria. You can get rid of hundreds or thousands of duplicates in a second! For more information, see Automatic duplicate marking.
In addition to common picture formats PhotoSort can also work with raw photos created by any of 354 supported digital camera models. To see if your digital camera is supported, see Digital camera raw support.
When you click on one picture in the list, not only will you be presented with a small preview but PhotoSort will automatically find picture's most similar pair and show it to you in the second preview window.
File caching increases image loading speed at least 10 times and the database file is self maintained so you never need to think about it.
With PhotoSort but you can also remove pictures that are broken in some way and can not be viewed.
You can open the picture, rename it, move it, browse its folder... all directly from PhotoSort.
Mark all pictures you want and push Next. In only a few seconds, PhotoSort will depending on your choice move or delete them all at once, with no action required from you.
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