photosync is a rsync-like program tailored to synchronising photos from a camera/memory card with a directory. This has the following differences from rsync:
|Installation:||Make sure there is a Python interpreter in your path and place the photosync executable in your path. (These instructions assume you're using a UNIX system, such as Linux or OSX. If you're not, your mileage may vary.)|
Run the photosync script followed by the paths of the source and destination directories, i.e., those containing one or more directories with names of the form '100abcde'. (On a camera or memory card, this will be inside a directory named 'dcim' or 'DCIM'.)
Run photosync -h to see a list of available command-line options.