On 06/04/18 03:45 PM, William Ferguson wrote: > As a further test, I modified the image again and subtracted another hour from > the time. I removed the image from darktable, then imported it again and it > showed 03:29:14 PM. So, it works correctly on my system with Canon raws. I > looked around and found a Nikon file on my system. I imported it and then > changed the time by an hour, removed it, and reimported it. The time in > darktable stayed the same and did not reflect the change. I dumped the Nikon > file with exiftool and there is a field Date/Time Original which still has the > original time. I dumped the Canon file and it has the Date/Time Original > field > but the value is modified to the time I specified. It appears that exiv2 > doesn't set the Date/Time Original field inside Nikon files correctly.
You might use 'exif -l' to find *all* the tags that involve data and time for the various file formats. My FUji, for example, has 0x0132 Date and Time * - - - - 0x9003 Date and Time (Original) - - * - - 0x9004 Date and Time (Digitised) - - * - - My Canon 0x0132 Date and Time * - - - - 0x829a Exposure Time - - * - - 0x882a Time Zone Offset - - - - - 0x9003 Date and Time (Original) - - * - - 0x9004 Date and Time (Digitised) My Sony 0x0132 Date and Time * * - - - 0x829a Exposure Time - - * - - 0x882a Time Zone Offset - - - - - 0x9003 Date and Time (Original) - - * - - 0x9004 Date and Time (Digitised) - - * - - If I were you I'd leave the "Original" time alone and alter the simple "Date and Time" -- Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction. --Blaise Pascal (Pensees, 1670) ____________________________________________________________________________ darktable user mailing list to unsubscribe send a mail to darktable-user+unsubscr...@lists.darktable.org