Posted by GilsMethod on May 11, 2011 in iPad | 2 comments
How can I transfer pictures from my PC to my IPad maintaining the folders classification ?
@jrriverae – Can you be more specific about what you mean when you say maintain folder classification? Are you referring to the folder order, structure? Please let me know and I’ll be more than happy to help you with this question. Thanks.
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@Jose I received your email, but I want to reply here so that others may benefit from the answer.
Your email reply,
“The answer is yes, I am referring to the folder order, structure. When I transfer pictures that are in different folders from my PC to the Ipad, in the Ipad all the pictures are filed together. I lost the structure in the file and there is just one file in the Ipad. It is a little inconvenient to search for some specific pictures when you have stored thousands of them.”
Here’s an example: If you add a folder named pictures that contains other folders which contain images. The iPad should display those folders individually when you open the folder on the iPad.
The key here is to make sure you select the parent folder “pictures” or whatever it happens to be named and the folders contained in that directory will automatically be included.
When you select the main folder you should then select “Select folders” and you will see a list of the folders in that directory appear on the bottom (in iTunes). This is where you get to select what folders from that directory to include. When you do this and sync, the iPad should display the photos in the folders you designated.
Also, did you make sure you selected Albums when viewing images on your iPad? It’s on the top of the screen when you open Photos. Let me know how it goes.
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