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Old 04-12-2013, 05:31 PM
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All the image are on the ecwid server. I want to download all the product image to a zip file? Is there anyways to download all of them? And have them sort in order like the csv file?

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Old 04-16-2013, 03:27 PM
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Hi,

All the image are on the ecwid server. I want to download all the product image to a zip file? Is there anyways to download all of them? And have them sort in order like the csv file?

Thank You
Hi,

Ecwid enables export of product data into CSV file, which can include product images. More details: How can I download all my products in a file?
However you can download only direct links of the image files this way, it's not possible to download images themselves unfortunately.

If you need to download full images, you could develop a custom tool that will use for retrieveing products info, parse that info and download the images into a directory on your web server. This solution will require custom programming.
If you need professional assistance with the development, we can recommend our friends from Qualiteam (sales@qtmsoft.com)
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Old 05-20-2013, 01:27 PM
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This may be a little too late, but if you own a mac, there is a software program (free) called deepvacuum. ** If you own a pc, there is one call Picture Ripper ? That costs $49 .

http://www.hexcat.com/deepvacuum/

You can export the images path from ecwid, then create a csv file, the above software will download all of the images to any directory you specify.

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Firefox have a great add on 'DownThemAll'. Create your csv of image URLs by exporting from ECWID. Copy your list of urls to WORD, merge the cells then save as TXT doc. Use the DownThemAll Manager to open the text doc... takes moments to download.... a lot easier than learning how to use Ecwids complicated APIs
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Old 12-11-2015, 09:47 AM
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Hi,

There's an easy workaround that doesn't require any coding:

1. Open the CSV file in Excel and copy the entire column containing the images' URLs;
2. Download this Chrome extension: Bulk Download Images (ZIG);
3. Open the extension and select via Image URLs from the drop down menu;
4. Paste the URLs you got from the CSV file and press Go;
5. Wait until the images are downloaded and click Save.

That's it, enjoy!
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