How can I sync photo to touch with 2 levels of sub folders?

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  1. theclueless

    theclueless New Member

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    I am a bit picky on the photo organization. I organized ALL of my photo in a way from \location\event\ (I do travel a lot). However, when I sync my "travel" folder to the ipod touch, it got rid of ALL of my folder organization and show all of the photo under the "travel" sub category. Is there a way for the ipod touch to create a multiple level of sub folders?
  2. Crazy-Ty

    Crazy-Ty New Member

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    I dont think there is a way. I tried the same. The only way is to use iPhoto. There you can organize your pics and sync them via iTunes.
  3. audirtbiker

    audirtbiker New Member

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    i dont know how elaborate you have yours organized but on mine i put my game camera photos on it and i have a folder under my pictures and in that i have a folder for everytime i get new photos with the date

    my folders stay the same on my touch
  4. coolzero

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    I want to know the answer to this too - because it appears that you can list them and I would like that org ability too.

    LMK
  5. TheZeroYear

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    well i know some other media applications aside from itunes do a better job at detecting files in subfolders.

    Songbird is a good example of an itunes alternative (runs off same engine as firefox) and they have an itunes library importer and ipod sync support but i havnt tested it on the touch yet.

    I have an elaborate file system so i also recieve the same difficulties in importing my music.

    a good idea would be sending in some suggestions to apple, and or just manually placing your subfolders in itunes.
  6. nintendodude

    nintendodude New Member

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    no, theres is no way to do subfolders or albums. one folder, one pile of photos. thats all you get for now. Apple always does stuff like this
  7. theclueless

    theclueless New Member

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    guess i will just keep the ipod touch as video and music player then

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