File List Export
By Giorgos Trigonakis
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An easy to use application that will help you create list of files for any need. List all your photos, all your videos or all your files. If you need to create list of files this app is for you.
Demo video: bit.ly/filelistexport
New version with 26 more metadata columns and export to CVS file!
Just select a folder and get a list with all files and folders to Excel or to a CVS file. You can choose if you want to include the files from all subfolders. Preview and edit the list before export to file. Easily search and filter the file list records.
You can select a specific kind of file to list. For example, you can choose to export to Excel a list with all the audio files of your iTunes Music folder or all the pdf files from your Documents folder.
For every file you can get this info:
1. File name
2. Date modified
3. Date created
6. Path (the location of the file)
14. Track NO
18. Audio BitRate
19. Audio Encoding Application
20. Audio Sample Rate
21. Audio Channels
23. Pixel Width
24. Pixel Height
25. Total Pixels
26. Height DPI
27. Width DPI
28. Color Space
29. Color Profile
30. Alpha Channel:
32. Video Bit Rate
33. Total Bit Rate
What Users Are Saying:
"This bit of heaven not only gives me a list of names but attributes, file size, the file name and the file path as separate entities."
- App store review, United States
"Stable and does just what it says."
- App store review, Australia
"List of Excel files easily"
- App store review, Hungary
"A classic example of an application that performs a single task but it plays to the fullest."
- App store review, Italy
"Sometimes the simple applications are the best."
- App store review, United States
"If what you need is to list a folder into an excel spreadsheet, this is the application you were looking for. Totally recommended!"
- App store review, Chile
What's New in Version 1.6.0
Export file list to CVS file.
Saved so much time!
Does exactly what it says it does. Buy it. It saved me hours of work. Works on network folders as well.
Works as it is advertised. Highly recommended.
File List Export does what it says it will do...
There is not much that is compicated about trying to get a list of a folders, or a group of folders, contents. Although an aspect of the command line in OS X (and available thru Terminal.app), such procedure is hidden to the average user of Macs, and while it could be learned with some effort, won’t be approached by most (99%?). This app is a shortcut that becomes very useful when many nested folders must be accessed, when the file names are not a clear indication of the contents of the file (so “comments” can give details), and when files that are the same may be unclear because the title is different but other parameters can show the identical nature (file size, author, etc.). this app helps not waste time, delivers a printable list that can be saved to spreadsheet and database files, and are sortable. I find it useful for large lists that need to be ordered in various ways and dumped into other programs easily. It is not rocket science, and I don’t ask it to be. For researched documentsand video lists, much appreciated.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Nov 06, 2014
- Version: 1.6.0
- Size: 11.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Georgios Trigonakis
- © Giorgos Trigonakis
Compatibility: OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor