Start using DropIt is very simple:
run it and drag&drop one or more files/folders on the target image to start sorting operations on them.
If a dropped item does not match with defined associations, DropIt allows you to create a new association (1), defining rules to filter files (2), an action to use on them (3) and a related destination (4). In future all files that match with this association will be processed with its action.
Images may contain extra textual information such as date taken, camera model, shutter speed, and even geolocation. These can be beneficial in most cases but if you want to get rid of them then you will learn that it is not that easy. Fortunately IrfanView can do this with a little command-line so DropIt can be used to remove EXIF in batch. Continue reading
DropIt doesn’t have extensions but you can add extra functionality using the “Open with” action coupled with command line options. Let’s see a practical example of converting images in no time using DropIt and IrfanView! Continue reading
Dropping files to the main image is very handy, but there are some other ways to use DropIt – even without requiring the application to run in the background.
For the moment Dropbox supports only one folder to sync. With DropIt’s “Monitor Folder” feature there is workaround to overcome this. Let’s see how!
When creating a DropIt rule, you have to use one or two asterisks. Using one may be trivial but what about two? And do you know what happens if you omit? Let’s make this clear.
If you are a passionate font collector then you have probably faced the daunting task of sorting font files. When you have thousands of them it requires a great effort to organize. DropIt to the rescue!