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   * ** * (Asterisk)**\\ This option, as just discussed, only appears if more than one image is selected for export. It represents the “Image Name” descriptor value. Choosing this option will use the image names as file names. If multiple images have the same name, a sequence number will be appended for uniqueness.   * ** * (Asterisk)**\\ This option, as just discussed, only appears if more than one image is selected for export. It represents the “Image Name” descriptor value. Choosing this option will use the image names as file names. If multiple images have the same name, a sequence number will be appended for uniqueness.
-  * **{Number}**\\ This option represents a number corresponding to the order of images in the Image Archive. You can thus sort images in the Image Archive and export them with filenames that preserve that order. One application might be a picture CD or DVD that will play images in the intended sequence on TV. You can add text before or after the “{number}” placeholder in the “File Name” input field to create more descriptive file names such as: “Vacation {number}” or “{number} Burgundy.+  * **{Number}**\\ This option represents a number corresponding to the order of images in the Image Archive. You can thus sort images in the Image Archive and export them with filenames that preserve that order. One application might be a picture CD or DVD that will play images in the intended sequence on TV. You can add text before or after the “{number}” placeholder in the “File Name” input field to create more descriptive file names such as: “Vacation {number}” or “{number} Burgundy”.
   * **{Descriptor}**\\ With this option, the file name is based on the content of an image descriptor. Choosing this option opens the “Insert Descriptor” panel where you can view and select suitable descriptors.   * **{Descriptor}**\\ With this option, the file name is based on the content of an image descriptor. Choosing this option opens the “Insert Descriptor” panel where you can view and select suitable descriptors.
  
basic/export.txt · Last modified: 2015/09/03 12:02 by penelope_chapron