Snapizzi's Bundle feature brings unparalleled freedom to image management and delivery.
Bundles are packaged collections of image files intended for submission to labs, schools, or any other purpose that fits your workflow. In addition to options for resizing and renaming image files for export, a Snapizzi Bundle gives you the ability to organize the exported images into subfolders based on Project data. You'll end up with a CSV file and Subject images for submission to labs like Miller's that produce these service items.
Here's how you do it:
1. Select "Get Bundle" for your Project.
2. Select your Bundle options.
Include manifest: This is the CSV data file that accompanies the exported image files and is designed for submission to Miller's.
Include all photos: Export all Subject photos.
Don’t resize photos: Export original file sizes.
Include Count: Number of image files to export from each Subject gallery. Snapizzi starts with the first image in the Subject series unless Snapizzi Stars are used.
Resize: Longest side of image in pixels (resizing is proportional). Leave empty to export full image size.
Organize Subject folders by: Organize the exported images into separate folders (class, grades, etc.) Check "Use one folder" to export all images into one folder.
Rename Subject photos: Choose how you would like the files named [duplicates will be numerically suffixed]. Leave empty to use original filenames.
Match Fields: Ensure the data fields are mapped correctly.
3. Snapizzi will export images along with a manifest.csv listing Student ID, Name, Teacher, Grade, and Image Filename[s].
Bundles will be exported as one or more standard ZIP files with a maximum size of 500MB. Depending on the Project size, this process could take several hours to complete and then may take several hours to download depending on your connection. We'll email you when the export is complete and ready for download. Once generated, bundle files will be kept for 72 hours. However, you can generate as many versions as needed.
If your workflow calls for a text file, simply change the manifest.csv to manifest.txt.