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Author Topic: How to export pictures from Coppermine into a human-readable, reusable format?  (Read 3183 times)

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Hi, I'm helping some folks who have a coppermine installation that won't be hosted anymore.  We'd like to re-use as much of the album as possible.

Maybe I'll put the pictures on Picasa or Flickr etc.  But I need the albums in a human (me)-readable, usable format.  I was thinking: maybe there is a way to move the data into folders with detailed names from the database.  A Coppermine plugin maybe?

Right now a picture set is this format: "\albums\userpics\10002\66"

But the database has enough information to make it: "Album title - album subtitle - short date".

Know what I mean?  Can I be helped?
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Which information do you want to store in the file name? Which files do you need? I suppose you don't need the thumbnails and the intermediate view, but only the full-sized pictures. How many files are stored in the gallery?
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