displays comments from random jpeg files.

find ~/random_jpegs/folder -name "*.jpg" -exec rdjpgcom {} \;
depends on libjpeg-progs But how to display path to found comments?
Sample Output
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 95

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By: Williebee
2009-02-09 02:58:13

What Others Think

You should be able to add a -print before the -exec, which will print the full path&filename on a line before the comments.
dmmst19 · 657 weeks and 3 days ago
Yes that works. Thank you dmmst19.
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