Jim Sabatke wrote:
> Bill Skaggs wrote:
>> Jim Sabatke <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> It seems that in 2.4.6 that exif data are missing when saving as a
>>> compressed jpg.  They are not missing on jpgs with no compression.
>> There is no such thing as a jpg with no compression, so it is pretty
>> much impossible to make sense of what you are saying.  It would
>> be helpful if you would describe the actions you took and the
>> error messages you received in a more concrete way.  What were
>> the settings you used when saving as jpg?  What were the messages
>> that told you whether or not exif data is present?
>>   -- Bill
> OK, I'm processing Nikon D200 NEF (RAW) photos with gimp and ufraw.
> ufraw shows the exif data properly.
> When I edit the photo in gimp and go to save with the standard settings,
> the exif data do not show up on my pbase website.  This is a new
> behavior as exif data have always shown up before.
> I looked at the help on the pbase site and it said most of the problems
> saving exif data come from high compression.
> So, I re-edited a photo and saved it. On the the "Save as JPEG" screen
> "Save EXEF data" was checked.
> On the "Subsampling:" drop box, I selected "1x1,1x1,1x1 (best quality).
> Then I saved and the exif data showed on my pbase photo.
> I was mistaken that I changed the compression.  It was still at 85.

Is the EXIF data not visible in the first case with a tool designed 
for that purpose, such as metacam?


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