On 08/09/2013 09:09 PM, Daniel wrote:
On Fri, 2013-08-09 at 21:02 +0200, Ofnuts wrote:
On 08/09/2013 12:42 PM, pitibonom wrote:
It's quite natural to hope saving a pic in the format it has been loaded. Load a
jpg ? ok, modify it and save it as jpg. Why is it natural ? just because jpg
format ( though it degrades the image quality at each save, but this is another
question ) is red by ALL tools, unlike xcf that cannot even be used as import in
* Open your favorite spreadsheet application.
* Load a CSV.
* Create complicated formulas to compute more values.
* Save as CSV, "naturally"
Oops. What were these formulas again?
Sorry, but that's a really bad argument for Gimp. After all, much
metadata is lost when it imports photos and other images which contain
Please be specific. If I:
- load a JPG in Gimp (2.8.2 Linux ADM64)
- save as XCF
- exit Gimp
- restart Gimp
- open saved XCF
- export as JPG
- run "exiftool -l" on both original and re-saved JPG, redirecting to file
- diff the two Exif file
I don't see any difference between the two Exif files that cannot be
explained by the editing (portrait image gets rotated, for instance).
But all the original Exif data (shot date, focal length, lens
manufacturer, whatever...) is still there.
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