I have just got back a Hd that has files recovered but the filenames were lost so they’re all been given numbers, 001.jpg 002.jpg etc…
I have a couple of hundred thousand to sort through and it’s very time consuming and annoying with the way I am doing it, using Krusader and Shotwell.
I know of a program but it is in WindowS that sorts them out on screen and displays them as little icons by their colour content, is there anything similar in Ubuntu?
As Toonman says, there was/is a Linux native version of Picasa 3.0 (damn you Google for dropping Linux native support) … but there are also plenty of tutorials online for installing Picasa 3.9 in WINE.
Yeah, I got it thanks. It’s not much of a comprehensive list though (the author does say the list will be updated).
I’m after something that can sort them out by what the actual picture looks/contains as in something that can sort out pictures that have a lot of sky on them or green for grass, I need something that will detect the high content of white as I need to find all my scanned documents