export keep folder structue can use script?

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Sep 05, 2022 Sep 05, 2022

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Can keep folder structue when export use script?

 

I’ll give you an example. My working folder name is like this.

20xx_x_xx   /  Apple  /   A_banana

                                     A_apple

                                     A_cherry

20xx_x_xx   /  Banana  /  B_monkey

                                     B_mango

                                     B_eagle

 

like this.. 😃

 

i'm just wonder if i export keep that whole folder structue, it can be possible when use script?

So I usually use Capture One when I export. However, only subfolders(in this case, Apple folder or Banana folder) of the source of the capture are classified and new, and no parent folder is created.

i have to make new folder 20xx_x_xx, and into copy and paste subfolder manually.

So, What I want is that I don't have to copy the folder separately or create a new folder, but the structure of that folder is copied as it is, and only the jpg file is created in it. (Originally, each job file is a psd file)

 

is it possible? 

 

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Yes, of course, it's possible. It would just require extra code.

 

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