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    Application to add Exif to scanned images

    Hi there.
    I wrote a little GUI on top of exiftool for tagging my scanned images with date, camera, lens, iso, copyright and other keywords in a batch. If any of you have use for it, please feel free to download. It's available at http://nilemada.com/?page_id=166 and is of course free.

    Windows only for now, but a Linux version can be made quite easily if there's interest.

    BR
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    This was posted a few weeks ago

    These utilities are very useful.

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    If you can put together a buildable source, I could probably run it in X11 on my Mac. And it really would be quite useful.
    No idea what's going to happen next, but I'm hoping it involves being wrist deep in chemicals come the weekend.

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    Thanks for the link Ian. I searched for a program like this before I wrote my own, but this one escaped me..

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    Stephanie: The program is written in Lazarus (a delphi/pascal language) and it can be compiled straight into a carbon application, so there's no need for x11. I just need access to a mac to compile it and test it.. I'll try to bribe my brother to let me borrow his macbook..

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    What's Windows ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by df cardwell View Post
    What's Windows ?
    I guess it's too cold for them in your log cabins

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    Quote Originally Posted by df cardwell View Post
    What's Windows ?
    Those things you look out of when you want to know the weather.
    Works better than those guys on TV.
    "I always take a camera, That way I never have to say 'Gee, look at that - I wish I had a camera'" -Joe Clark, H.B.S.S.

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    it is a cool app thoough

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    Thanks for the app, will definitely give it a go.

    I use exiftools extensively and anything that makes life easy with it is welcome.

    No: can anyone explain to me what exif fields do I have to set to make colour-management aware apps use AdobeRGB (1998) as the profile for my scanned images?


    I know, I know: hybridphotoyaddayadda: look, this is not a "digital photography question", just a simple programming one.

    Everytime I set what I think it should be, GIMP goes spastic trying to convert it to its own AdobeRGB (1998)...
    Cheers
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