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drpeppershaker

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  1. I want to learn how to do this. I will probably want to script other folder related tasks in the future. I have minimal programming skills. I took a C++ course like 10 years ago, so most of that knowledge is lost but the basic principles are intact. Like I kinda get what I want to do: Look in this folder If folder name Contains "Position" but does not contain "Raw", "Jpg", or "Stitched" (If this is even the best way?) then create new folder FolderName_FolderNum_Stitched Look for .CR2 files. If found create new folder FolderName_FolderNum_Raw. Move CR2 files into said folder. Repeat for .JPG files. FolderNum++ Look at next folder, run again. I need support learning the syntax, and sort of how to approach the problem. Like how to get finder to look into multiple subfolders,
  2. Hello all, My goal is to be able to drag folders from my camera's memory card into a parent folder. Then run a script and have the folders renamed appropriately, move the .CR2 and .JPG files from the camera into a new subfolders based on extension, and create another new empty folder. Folders from camera example: ------------------------------------------------ - Parent Folder - 100EOS5D --Contains .CR2 raw image files. May contain .JPG files depending on camera settings. (Numbers change based on when the photos were taken) - 101EOS5D - 102EOS5D ... ------------------------------------------------ Folder structure that I want: ------------------------------------------------ -Parent Folder - Position_01 (Renamed from first folder) - Position_01_Raw --contains the .CR2 files - Position_01_Jpg --contains the .JPG files (if there are any) - Position_01_Stitched --Empty folder - Position_02 (Renamed from second folder) - Position_02_Raw --contains the .CR2 files - Position_02_Jpg --contains the .JPG files (if there are any) - Position_02_Stitched --Empty folder ... ------------------------------------------------ Ideally this would be a script where I could run when I'm ready to sort the folders. Can anyone help me out? Model: Macbook Pro Retina AppleScript: Version 2.9 (191) Operating System: Mac OS X (10.10)
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