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Export to matching folder structure

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  • Jim_DK
    Keywords are not available to tokens, but the other IPTC fields are: so you can probably do this to a large degree using folder tokens, without the need for Scripting.

    https://learn.captureone.com/blog-posts/how-to-automate-your-workflow-with-tokens/

    Read up on that, and let me know if it helps.
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  • Colin Chisholm
    Thanks! This can probably do what I want with some work, since I only need a couple folder levels.

    But ideally I could generate outputs in subfolders based on the folder structure of source, however the current functionality you point out only lets you take the terminal folder name and use that, not use the full path (or at least something more than just the terminal folder name). Maybe more flexibility along these lines in the future!
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  • Jim_DK
    If you have a session you can use [Session Sub Path] or [Session Sub Path Long] to mirror input path to output...
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  • Colin Chisholm
    I noticed that option for session, but unfortunately I am using a project, not sessions.
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  • LightRoomConvert

    Is there any news on this? I have the same request as the OP. In Lightroom this is possible with an external plug-in.

    When exporting, you can add the field "Image folder name" to the subfolder, but that recreates only one level.

    E.g. d:\photos\2020\New York\newyork.jpg ---> New York\newyork.jpg

    and d:\photos\2020\New York\Central Park\park.jpg  ---> Central Park\park.jpg

     

    which is not the desired output.

     

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