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The "exiftool" Application / Re: Can't copy makernotes from Samsung Files
« Last post by Phil Harvey on May 22, 2019, 09:18:37 PM »
This works for me:

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>  exiftool a.jpg -tagsfromfile ../pics/SamsungES9.jpg -makernotes -make -model
    1 image files updated
> exiftool a.jpg -makernotes
Maker Note Samsung 2            : (Binary data 126 bytes, use -b option to extract)

... but there are many different kinds of Samsung maker notes.  If you send me a sample I'll take a look to see what is happening with your images.  (phil at owl.phy.queensu.ca)

- Phil
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The "exiftool" Application / Can't copy makernotes from Samsung Files
« Last post by paul.h on May 22, 2019, 05:25:56 PM »
Hi folks,

I am trying to copy metadata from one JPG file to another. I did .\exiftool.exe -s -g .\Archiv\Collage\FACE_RC_1557735950742.arc.jpg on the source file, which told me:

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---- ExifTool ----
ExifToolVersion                 : 11.43
---- File ----
FileName                        : FACE_RC_1557735950742.arc.jpg
Directory                       : ./Archiv/Collage
FileSize                        : 410 kB
FileModifyDate                  : 2019:05:13 10:25:52+02:00
FileAccessDate                  : 2019:05:22 22:46:47+02:00
FileCreateDate                  : 2019:05:22 22:46:47+02:00
FilePermissions                 : rw-rw-rw-
FileType                        : JPEG
FileTypeExtension               : jpg
MIMEType                        : image/jpeg
ImageWidth                      : 1920
ImageHeight                     : 1920
EncodingProcess                 : Baseline DCT, Huffman coding
BitsPerSample                   : 8
ColorComponents                 : 3
YCbCrSubSampling                : YCbCr4:2:0 (2 2)
---- JFIF ----
JFIFVersion                     : 1.01
ResolutionUnit                  : None
XResolution                     : 1
YResolution                     : 1
---- MakerNotes ----
TimeStamp                       : 2019:03:29 14:42:22+01:00
---- Composite ----
ImageSize                       : 1920x1920
Megapixels                      : 3.7

I am especially interested in the TimeStamp property of the MakerNotes Group. This is written by the samsung gallery on android that automatically creates collages of some photos.

To copy that to the target file, I tried the following command:


exiftool -overwrite_original -tagsfromfile src.jpg -makernotes -make -model target.jpg


But it does not work. Output of the operation is:

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Warning: No writable tags set from Archiv\Collage\FACE_SC_1558355655341.arc.jpg
0 image files updated
1 image files unchanged

Any help is welcome!
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Newbies / Re: Time and date from CSV file
« Last post by ocelotgabs on May 22, 2019, 04:38:34 PM »
I just wanted to say that it worked! You guys are geniuses! Thanks for all the help.
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ExifTool GUI / Re: Preview pane empty for RAW files??
« Last post by obetz on May 22, 2019, 11:08:52 AM »
Had the same problem.

If you run the Gui 'As Administrator' it runs fine

Are you sure you have the same problem as the original poster?

This means, you run Bogdan's ExiftoolGUI v5.16 to view raw files, and you don't see a preview unless you run it as admin?

Hard to believe that raw preview should depend on admin rights.

I'm a little allergic to "run as admin" recommendations, so would you mind to give more details?

Which OS, which RAW format, which codec extension, where did you put ExiftoolGUI?
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Newbies / Re: CreationDate format with UTC/daylight saving time
« Last post by Fulco on May 22, 2019, 08:56:48 AM »
I will try that! Thanks Hayo!
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Newbies / Re: CreationDate format with UTC/daylight saving time
« Last post by Hayo Baan on May 22, 2019, 08:53:16 AM »
Just one observation: this will assume local time so the command will not work correctly for files taken in a different time zone from your own.

P.S. If you always want to have the -api QuickTimeUTC applied, you can add it to your .ExifTool_config. E.g. like so:
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# Quicktime Date/Times are in UTC
$Image::ExifTool::UserDefined::Options{QuickTimeUTC} = 1;
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Newbies / Re: CreationDate format with UTC/daylight saving time
« Last post by Fulco on May 22, 2019, 08:51:47 AM »
Indeed, a bit tricky, but very helpful. Thanks again!

Regards,
Fulco
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Newbies / Re: CreationDate format with UTC/daylight saving time
« Last post by Phil Harvey on May 22, 2019, 08:45:43 AM »
You want to add the time zone of the system at the specified date/time?  This is a bit tricky, but if you are willing to also set FileModifyDate, you could do this:

exiftool "-FileModifyDate<FileName" -execute -api QuickTimeUTC "-CreationDate<FileModifyDate" -overwrite_original -common_args /Users/Fulco/Test/20190421130102.mov

- Phil
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ExifTool GUI / Re: Preview pane empty for RAW files??
« Last post by castellum on May 22, 2019, 08:38:51 AM »
Just read this one searching for a solution.
Had the same problem.

If you run the Gui 'As Administrator' it runs fine
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Newbies / CreationDate format with UTC/daylight saving time
« Last post by Fulco on May 22, 2019, 08:36:09 AM »
Hello Phil,

Time zone with or without daylight saving time is not included in the creation date format with this command:

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exiftool -api QuickTimeUTC "-CreationDate<FileName" -overwrite_original /Users/Fulco/Test/20190421130102.mov
    1 image files updated
exiftool -CreationDate /Users/Fulco/Test/20190421130102.mov
Creation Date                   : 2019:04:21 13:01:02

Still, I can achieve that by applying this command:

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exiftool '-CreationDate<${FileName;s/^(\d{14}).*/$1+0200/}' -overwrite_original /Users/Fulco/Test/20190421130102.mov
    1 image files updated
exiftool -CreationDate /Users/Fulco/Test/20190421130102.mov
Creation Date                   : 2019:04:21 13:01:02+02:00

Can Exiftool also do this automatically without specifying yourself the time zone and eventual daylight saving time?

Regards,
Fulco
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