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Topic # 65889 8-Aug-2010 17:27
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Hi all
While I dont have much of an issue with iTunes, I cannot accept its one deep folder limitation.
My photos are in Photos-Year-Month- and photos are in the month folders  iTunes only allows one folder deep.

I import via the Photos folder, and I now have the years as albums, and the whole years photos are all in one.

Im looking for an alternative, Copytrans Photo seems an option.

Does anyone have any feedback on any options? I wish to access photos then have albums under each year, and sub albums under that.

Cheers
Tony

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  Reply # 365059 8-Aug-2010 17:41
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SharePod http://www.getsharepod.com/ FREE

which I have used few times to get stuff off from iPod Touch, or putting file into it.

Or Macroplant iPhone Explorer http://www.macroplant.com/iphoneexplorer/ FREE

Or Macroplant Pod Photo Transfer http://www.macroplant.com/podphototransfer/ FREE

All above that I have used.




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  Reply # 365071 8-Aug-2010 18:20
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Tks Chiefie

They are not what I need but they look useful so I will use them for transferring

My problem is importing photos to Ipod/Iphone and allowing the import of all sub folders. Itunes only uses one depth of sub folder. Hence my 2002 folder is an album but ALL the photos are in that one album, as my next level of sub folders are ignored by itunes

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