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How do I include the date a photo was taken in the default file name using Photoshop Elements 2018

PSE 2018  currently the file name looks like this :_MG_9800.CR2

I would like to include the date the photo was taken in the file name

How do I do this?

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How do I include the date a photo was taken in the default file name using Photoshop Elements 2018

PSE 2018  currently the file name looks like this :_MG_9800.CR2

I would like to include the date the photo was taken in the file name

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Re: How do I include the date a photo was taken in the default file name using Photoshop Elements 2018

Adobe Community Professional , May 24, 2018

https://forums.adobe.com/people/Colorado+Ice  wrote

PSE 2018  currently the file name looks like this :_MG_9800.CR2

I would like to include the date the photo was taken in the file name

How do I do this?

Use the menu File >> Process multiple files to batch rename a series of files.
- either the files opened in the photo bin

- or all the files in a folder

Play with the options in the dialog, you can insert a date template in the resulting file name.

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Re: How do I include the date a photo was taken in the default file name using Photoshop Elements 2018

From Organizer when I click on File I do not see an option  "Process" and I would like to include the DATE IN THE FILE NAME BY DEFAULT SO THE DATE APPEARS IN THE FILE NAME WHENEVER i DOWNLOAD NEW PICTURES

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On Thursday, May 24, 2018, 10:40:14 AM MDT, MichelBParis <forums_noreply@adobe.com> wrote:

How do I include the date a photo was taken in the default file name using Photoshop Elements 2018

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https://forums.adobe.com/people/Colorado+Ice  wrote

 

PSE 2018  currently the file name looks like this :_MG_9800.CR2

I would like to include the date the photo was taken in the file name

How do I do this?

Use the menu File >> Process multiple files to batch rename a series of files.

- either the files opened in the photo bin

- or all the files in a folder

 

Play with the options in the dialog, you can insert a date template in the resulting file name.

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Re: How do I include the date a photo was taken in the default file name using Photoshop Elements 2018

Adobe Community Professional , May 24, 2018

https://forums.adobe.com/people/Colorado+Ice  wrote

From Organizer when I click on File I do not see an option  "Process" and I would like to include the DATE IN THE FILE NAME BY DEFAULT SO THE DATE APPEARS IN THE FILE NAME WHENEVER i DOWNLOAD NEW PICTURES

Sorry, it's not an option of the organizer, it's in the File menu of the Editor.

The organizer has only the ability to create a subfolders structure based on dates when importing.

What you want is an option of the downloader module (when you 'Import' from camera or card reader).

Be sure to click on the 'advanced' button on the bottom to get the full options of the downloader. You can choose your date template to rename files at import time.

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