The output pattern is a string of text that will, combined with the output directory, control the filepath of the converted images. It can contain certain placeholders, which will be replaced with image-specific information. In fact it should contain at least one placeholder which ensures, that the resulting filepath will be different for each image.

Any time related information (year, month, minute, etc.) refers to either the date/time the image was taken or, if that information is not available, the timestamp of the source file.

Example image:

Filepath: X:\Folder1\Folder2\Folder3\Folder4\Pic001.jpg
Timestamp: 1998/10/23 15:36:05 (YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS)
Filelistindex: 21


{y:i} Year (short) with i digits
Example: {y} = 98, {y:4} = 0098
{Y:i} Year (long) with i digits
Example: {Y} = 1998, {y:6} = 001998
{m:i} Month (number) with i digits
Example: {m} = 10, {m:3} = 010
{M} Month (text, short)
Example: {M} = Oct
{MM} Month (text, long)
Example: {MM} = October
{d:i} Day (number) with i digits
Example: {d} = 23, {d:5} = 00023
{D} Day (text, short)
Example: {D} = Fr
{DD} Day (text, long)
Example: {DD} = Friday
{h:i} Hour with i digits
Example: {h} = 15, {h:4} = 0015
{min:i} Minute with i digits
Example: {min} = 36, {min:4} = 0036
{s:i} Second with i digits
Example: {s} = 5, {s:2} = 05
{n:i} Image number (index of the source file in the file list) with i digits
Example: {n} = 21, {n:4} = 0021
{fn:lv:k} Filename of the source image file.
    {fn} = {fn:0} = Pic001
    {fn:1} = Folder4\Pic001
    {fn:4} = Folder1\Folder2\Folder3\Folder4\Pic001
    {fn:4:1} = Folder1
    {fn:3:2} = Folder2\Folder3

Last edited Nov 8, 2013 at 1:30 PM by ArgusMagnus, version 2