Sven Neumann writes:
> Assuming your camera adds EXIF info, are you seriously telling me that
> you do not run 'exiftran -a -i' on each and every image you ever shoot
> and instead use GIMP to rotate them?
Add another voice to all the others saying "No, I leave my originals
untouched, and only edit copies".
In fact, I don't think I'd ever met anyone who regularly ran
exiftran on every archived original, until this discussion.
Exiftran isn't even installed by default on any linux distro I've
used. Is it commonly found on mac and windows machines?
(in another message) Sven Neumann writes:
> If the spec says it's ASCII, then we have no choice but keeping it
> ASCII. That of course means that there isn't much point in allowing
> anyone to edit this field since conversion to ASCII will fail for
> almost all strings that a user may enter. It appears that the best we
It's a bummer that it's not something like UTF-8 (and quite odd,
if the spec came from Japan), but editing ASCII is still useful
for quite a large number of people.
What do modern cameras sold in Japan save in the EXIF fields?
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