Exiftool adjust Date & Time of pictures

"exiftool(-k).exe" "-DateTimeOriginal-=0:0:0 0:25:0" .
Change the original date set by camera : Create Date : 2020:08:21 13:26:24.63 //Operating System: Date Created (ie: sdcard) Date/Time Original : 2020:08:21 13:26:24.63 // Set by camrea when you point and click for photo Modify Date : 2020:08:21 13:26:24.63 //Operating System: Modified (ie: sdcard) Exif argument examples are : exiftool.exe “-DateTimeOriginal+=0:0:0 5:30:0” filename.jpg (add 5 hours and 30 minutes to the Exif Date/Time Original) exiftool.exe" "-modifydate-=0:0:0 0:25:0" filename.jpg (reduce the Exif Modify Date to 25 minutes) exiftool.exe “-AllDates+=Y:M:D h:m:s” filename.jpg (Change all exif date values to Y:M:D h:m:s)
Sample Output
>"exiftool(-k).exe" "-createdate-=0:0:0 0:25:0" .
    1 directories scanned
  862 image files updated
-- press ENTER --

By: Repie
2020-09-23 12:33:50

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