Rapid Photo Downloader is a simple application that makes importing your snaps and videos from a digital camera a breeze. It has nice features like creation of sub folders and mass renaming.
From the developer's website:
Rapid Photo Downloader is written by a photographer for professional and amateur photographers, designed for use on the Linux desktop. It can download photos and videos from multiple cameras, memory cards and Portable Storage Devices simultaneously. It provides many flexible, user-defined options for sub folder creation, photo and video renaming, and backup. It runs in fifteen languages other than English.
A Look at its features:
- Renames camera generated filenames.
- Automatically generates download folders
- Can download from multiple devices
- Back photos and videos to external devices
- Runs under Gnome, KDE as well as XFCE.
- Available in more than 16 languages.
- It can automatically name your files and subfolders using:
- Date and time
- Photo and video metadata
- Sequence numbers
- Elements from original filenames
- Free text
- Job codes
The new version 0.3.1 have following features:
- Optimization for netbook users and it works more effectively on small screens now
- The amount of free space available on the file system where photos are to be downloaded is now displayed in the status bar.
- More language translations.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dlynch3/ppa
If you downloaded the awesome add on TerminalRun, you just need a right click.
The packages are waiting to be build but will be there anytime.