> On Wed, Jun 20, 2007 at 09:01:16PM -0300, Luis A. Florit wrote:
> > > Here is the bug in question:
> > >
> > > http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=446809
> > In fact, this bug in 2.3.18 is not related (only) to Bibble.
> Yes, it's not limited to Bibble. That's a title stated by the reporter,
> but the bug encompasses the class of bugs where EXIF info is not saved
> when the EXIF info in the source image is broken (missing required
> Various cameras/applications can make such images with faulty EXIF info.
Please excuse me, Mukund, but I will be very surprised
if this has something to do with broken EXIF data.
I have 3 cameras: a Canon SD500, a Nikon Coolpix 4500, and a
Panasonic FZ50. For the 3, I never have any problem with GIMP
(or any other program). Now, for the 3, the "Save as..."
dialog (yes, Sven, the "Save as..." dialog) show no "Save EXIF data"
option, and for the 3 the EXIF data is now removed.
1) Is the EXIF source in the all the 3 cameras (of 3 different brands) broken?
2) Why all the other graphic programs that I use (showfoto, gqview, gthumb,
exiftool) always showed the EXIF data with no problem, and still show?
3) Why the "Save EXIF data" option in the "Save as..." dialog is no longer
4) Why GIMP deletes the EXIF data now?
5) If broken, why previous versions of GIMP preserve the EXIF data?
GIMP 2.3.16 2.3.17 and 2.2.14 still work perfectly for me
(in this respect; I had to stop using 2.3.17 because it crashed
consistently, probably because of its known bug).
> > I have a Panasonic FZ50 whose EXIF data was always preserved by
> > GIMP. Now, opening a file straight from the camera with GIMP and
> > immediately saving it deletes the EXIF. And in the "Save as..."
> > dialog, there is no option to save (or not) the EXIF, as it always
> > was. Not evey a grey unavailable option.
> > I reported this issue a week ago to this list, but got no answer.
> First, do a check with GIMP trunk and see if the issue has been
> fixed. If not, please report your image (the original source image)
> at the same bug too. We'll take a look at it and if it's a different
> bug, then we'll file another one for it. Please mark the bug as
> reopened too when you attach the image.
Thanks the time you took to answer, Mukund.
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