1. william burch's Avatar
    I'm looking for a way to extract the details of all the files in a folder, including custom details I've added in columns. Then bring the data into a spreadheet for refined sorting. Altogether I've got 18 columns in certain folders. Most are .jpg. I've tried exif tools but they dont have the breadth of detail.
    Have a feeling there's a way to do it in Powershell.
    Attached is an example of the folder columns I'm talking about.
    Many thanks.
    Will
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    08-21-2018 06:04 PM
  2. Kevin Rush's Avatar
    Excellent question. I want to know too.

    There was no attached sample.
    08-21-2018 07:34 PM
  3. techiez's Avatar
    I'm looking for a way to extract the details of all the files in a folder, including custom details I've added in columns. Then bring the data into a spreadheet for refined sorting. Altogether I've got 18 columns in certain folders. Most are .jpg. I've tried exif tools but they dont have the breadth of detail.
    Have a feeling there's a way to do it in Powershell.
    Attached is an example of the folder columns I'm talking about.
    Many thanks.
    Will
    check this:
    https://social.technet.microsoft.com...ile?forum=ITCG
    08-23-2018 03:16 PM
  4. markwilliams's Avatar
    You can use Windows Command Prompt for running a command:

    move C:\path\to\folder\*\* C:\path\to\folder\

    I am not 100% certain about dashes, but \ or / should definetely work. The above command will move all files from all folders in C:\path\to\folder to C:\path\to\folder.
    09-03-2018 05:43 AM

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