Commands by beanie (1)

  • this takes every jpg in the current directory and changes the exif data for manufactur and model. in my case i change it to LOMO LC-A because my scanner puts his data in there :]


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    for f in *.jpg; do exif --ifd=0 --tag=0x0110 --set-value="LOMO LC-A" --output=$f $f; exif --ifd=0 --tag=0x010f --set-value="LOMO" --output=$f $f; done }
    beanie · 2009-06-07 09:05:14 0

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