Asked a question 9 months ago about how to copy images to a backup folder. That worked in that case! But now I have another problem. I have 233 GB of unsorted data, mostly images, and they are located in a unsorted directory structure.
I was thinking to sort the images based on date (if that is possible on all images), and keep the original filename.
I found a question here, but I haven't tried it - afraid to mess things up.
My question is: how do I recursively search a folder, and move the image of type bmp, jpg, JPG, jpeg and gif to
/home/username/Documents/backup/[date] folder (ex.
/home/username/Documents/backup/2013-06-10/DSC01158.JPG), and if that folder dosen't exist - create it. And keep the filename, if possible.
System used: macOS Sierra 10.12.4
Edit: The date has to be extracted from the metadata, because the files dosen´t include date in filename.