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Thread: EXIF for film

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    Well, I put it all in, but I don't know the correct way to write the ShutterSpeedValue parameter. It seems to work but the value doesn't change. I will debug as I have time. Grrr.
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    I would try it but it doesn't sound very linuxy. Does it wine?

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    Updated program

    http://www.wolfeyephoto.com/ExifToolGUI.exe

    The latest version adds the ability to add lens, aperture, and shutter speed to your EXIF. Since those can vary, you may also select individual files. The other major addition is a confirmation dialog.

    I addressed the "long path issue" but it's not an easy one to track down. Sometime the program just seems confused. Now, if you uncheck the (new) checkbox, prevent overwriting the original files, it should work in path situations it didn't like before.

    Please let me know how it works for you.
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