Summary: Image Unloader is a simple batch file for unloading images from a UMS digital camera to the “My Pictures” folder. It creates a folder of the current data, and all the images are unloaded in there. After they are copied, the images on the camera are removed.
@echo off set cameradir=E:DCIM101MSDCF set basedestdir=C:Documents and SettingsUSERPROFILEHEREMy DocumentsMy Pictures set wazdate=%DATE% set udate=%wazdate:~10,4%-%wazdate:~4,2%-%wazdate:~7,2% mkdir "%basedestdir%%udate%" echo Moving images from your camera to your hard drive.... copy /V "%cameradir%*.*" "%basedestdir%%udate%" del /Q "%cameradir%*.*" pause
Warning: As of this version, this script could potentially cause image loss if the copy command fails to complete properly. If that happens, there are a few free recovery programs out there that will recover those photos, just as long as they have not been overwritten by something else.