* Akkana Peck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [12-03-05 17:20]:
> You don't mention what version of GIMP you have (for a while it was
> preserving EXIF, but that disappeared again in later version, alas)
> but you might try using another program to compare the exif
> information between a file straight off the camera and a file
> you've edited with GIMP. 
> If you have jhead, try:
>   jhead -te camera_img.jpg edited_img.jpg
> which transfers all the EXIF from the original file to the edited file.
> Then see if that image works in the camera or print machine.
> (jhead is in lots of linux distros already, and if not, it's at
> http://www.sentex.net/~mwandel/jhead/ -- the other program, "exif",
> doesn't appear to have an option to transfer all the EXIF from one
> file to another, so jhead is probably a better option.)
exiftool by Phil Harvey, http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool
will do a little more.  It will extract full exif information from
most *raw* formats and has ability to write/alter it into the output
file, jpg/gif/mp3/png.....
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