[KimDaBa] Exif, again...
Jesper K. Pedersen
blackie at blackie.dk
Sun Jan 2 18:13:15 CET 2005
On Thursday 30 December 2004 00:30, Alain.Picard at memetrics.com wrote:
| Jesper K. Pedersen writes:
| > Its a long time since I worked on this part of the code, and IIRC I
| > started out from a patch from someone.
| > Could you send me part of your index.xml file - just cut away every
| > thing but one image, which dont get correctly reset, and also send me
| > the image with problems, and I'll have a look at it.
| OK, I trimmed all pictures but 1 from my index.xml file, which
| I'm sending you along with the picture.
| I'm going to write a hack which basically parses the xml file
| and rewrites it (modified) according to the folder name, which
| indicates the date in my setup. Still, I'm curious which tag
| kimdaba uses to set the exif date. Perhaps it should try a large
| number of possible tags, in some set order, and use the first one
| it finds.
| Anyway, thanks for a wonderful program!
KimDaBa uses the class KFileMetaInfo from kdenetwork to read the EXIF info out
of the file.
I looked at the keys that it read from the file, and found CreateionDate and
Date/time, but both read in as a null string :-(
I don't know if this is due to the meta info being stored in different
formats. I found a program with my suse system called exif.py, and it prints
out this info on your file:
IFD 0 (Image) at offset 8:
DateTime: (0x0132) ASCII=1999:01:03 12:00:00 @ 26
The curious thing is that it says "Motorola format", as if they had their own
I've got no idea how to read this though.
Can anyone help?
Having trouble finding a given image in your collection containing
thousands of images?
http://ktown.kde.org/kimdaba might be the answer.
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