Dimensions 2 Folders is a portable application that can quickly sort and organize all your images into folders based on their resolution or aspect ratio. A handy app, if you have a large unorganized image collection on your computer.
To begin, select the source image folder and a destination folder where you want the images sorted.
Under Options section, you can enable recursive folder scanning, open target folder after image sort process finishes, and specify folder delimiter. Here, you also have to choose either to copy or move images from source to the target location.
Next is the Sort methods section. Here you can select an image sorting method according to your requirement. You can set the image height, width, aspect ration, tolerance level, and enable/disable option to create separate folders.
The default option automatically sorts all images based on their resolution, which means images with 1280 X 800 resolution will be copied to a folder with the same name and images with 2560 X 1600 pixels will be copied to another folder with same name as the resolution and so on.
If you want to sort images of only specific dimensions, enable ‘Sort only images that match these resolutions’ option. Now enter the width, height, and tolerance level. You can also create separate folder for tolerated matches.
The last sorting option lets you sort images by their aspect ratio. Here you can specify an aspect ration based on which images are to be sorted in the output directory.
Once done, click on Go to begin the image sorting process. When it completes, in the output directory, you will find all images neatly sorted into folders with resolution title to help you better organize the image collection.
This application can be a great time saver if you have lot of images that needs proper sorting, or for finding finding images of a specific size.
Dimensions 2 Folders works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows, and it can be downloaded from the below link.
Download: Dimensions 2 Folders
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For those, who need similar functionality not only on Windows – look at img-find script. It can be a little tricky, since it’s a command-line tool, though it gets the job done.