Koken organizes photos in Albums (and Sets), The original uploaded photos are stored in an obscure folder structure like:
Every uploaded photo has two unique subfolders in the koken storage. Impossible to see what goes where from Finder or FileExplorer. The PHP script below reads the Koken database and copies the original files to a new location with a separate folder for each album.
It runs on MacOS and should run on Linux with minor adjustments (macos command cp -n is unsupported on other unix systems). Windows users must edit the mkdir and cp parts.
A set of folders and files in the structure of Koken is needed for offline viewing on digital image frames and photoviewers on tablets, smartphones, TV's etc. etc. In my case Plex. Or just as a backup.
Since Koken is end of life you really need this to export the images and import the recovered images in your new CMS (Piwigo or X3 from photo.gallery if you want my 2 cents)
Download php: http://www.repiuk.nl/Koken_Export_Images_and_Albums.rar
The rar file has two files: koken-export.php and koken-export-testprint.php
Start with koken-export-testprint.php, modify the code to connect to your database. It should print a list of album names from your Koken install. If that works try koken-export.php
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