Group your images into useful sets by using QR codes, time stamps, or GPS coordinates.
Confero can automatically name your files by batch naming your sets using your images’ EXIF data or by extracting the data contained in QR codes. If you need a more advanced batch naming functionality, use Confero to export your images’ EXIF data to a CSV file where you can use formulas to create complex name formulas.
Take the JPGs or TIFFS from your cameras or scanners. Unlike most programs that only allow you to export one group of images at a time in a single format, Confero’s export windows makes it easy to quickly share or backup your images by creating multipage PDFs and / or exporting JPGs or TIFFS to set directories.
Confero is packed with additional features. Batch rotating a set of images, or rotating every image in the session is a snap. It automatically detects duplicate set-names and highlights the rows to facilitate quick corrections. Users can also use the CSV functionality to perform advanced sorting and analysis of their images.
I assumed converting my jpegs into more efficient file formats would be complicated but I was surprised by Confero’s user-friendly interface.
I'd recommend Confero to anyone photographing and data mining thousands of images into PDFs. I use it for all of my research.
With Confero, I can conduct research and sort and organize my data simultaneously. Confero takes multi-tasking to a whole new level!
I use Confero in archives, libraries, and pretty much anywhere else I carry out research. It saves me time and keeps my files organized.