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> Exif -> Image Datestamping, Best way to get EXIF datestamp on image?
asavage
post Nov 17 2006, 11:56 PM
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New camera, new problems.

Old camera gave me the option of datestamping at the camera level.


[Explanation: Early Ford digital odometer has only one LCD segment in the high-order position, so it can display nothing or "1" only ; no "2" is possible.]

Last two (newer) cameras don't offer the option to datestamp.

While there are various ways to third-party process JPEGs to duplicate this feature, the ones I know about are 'doze-based (PhotoShop; vPTS (http://www.dts8888.com/)) and/or involve much too much intervention on my part.

All: what do others do to batch-process a few hundred images (each containing EXIF data) to datestamp? Some script with GBM or ImageMagick?

Peter: Can you offer a quote on the cost to add this feature? Feel free to email me privately (asavage@iname.com).


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post Nov 20 2006, 09:34 AM
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Al, I believe PMView already has this feature. Select the files you want to transform (in the FOC), right click and select "Time Stamp->Set to time in EXIF information"

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post Nov 20 2006, 12:54 PM
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QUOTE (Peter @ Nov 20 2006, 09:34 AM) *
This will update the file time to the time stored in the EXIF info. Does this not work for you, or did I misunderstand your question?
See the pictures I provided within my post above? In the lower left of each pic is a date. That date is stamped on the image (the part you see, not embedded within the EXIF info). It was accomplished by the camera. I'd like to duplicate that in software.


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post Dec 13 2006, 10:16 PM
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Bump.


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post Jan 17 2007, 01:24 AM
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No reply to this?


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post Jan 17 2007, 04:23 PM
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Hi Al,

Peter is looking at this as a possible addition for version 4 of PMView Pro.

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