FolderScavenger makes it easy to print folder listings, or copy folder listings to the clipboard and paste them into Word, Excel, or any Windows application. It's easy to filter listings by file name, and to capture the contents of subfolders. You can select the format for paths, file date and time stamps, and many other aspects of the folder listings. FolderScavenger Pro lets you specify if you want to capture the information as simple text, comma-separated records, or tab-delimited data. By creating style templates, you can turn folder lists into XML, HTML, or a number of custom text formats. You can even convert directory listings into MySQL files.
By saving your frequently used configurations, you can retrieve and reuse them. There is a "No Questions Asked" mode that lets you run FolderScavenger using the default configuration that you have saved.
FolderScavenger is fully integrated into the Windows Explorer shell, and becomes part of the context (right-click) menu. You can use FolderScavenger to run the program of your choice on all files in a folder.
Music collectors will appreciate being able to grab song titles, album names, and artist information from MP3 music files. Photo collectors will enjoy being able to capture names from their digital cameras and digital image collections, and quickly catalog their picture albums.