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    warmarking with exif data

    I would like to know how to modify the following string , " %Exif.DateMod[m/d/yy h:nn:ss AM/PM]%" used to water mark my photos, to be used with cell phone photos that have only date created , no modified date , that the above string uses.

    Thanks in advance

    Splinter

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    The EXIF information can contain 3 different dates you can use for your watermark:

    Modification Date: %Exif.DateMod%
    Recording Date: %Exif.DateRec%
    Digitized Date: %Exif.DateDgt%

    Usually, the camera or phone will store the date and time when the photo was taken as recording date.
    So in your case you would use this: %Exif.DateRec[m/d/yy h:nn:ss AM/PM]%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil View Post
    The EXIF information can contain 3 different dates you can use for your watermark:

    Modification Date: %Exif.DateMod%
    Recording Date: %Exif.DateRec%
    Digitized Date: %Exif.DateDgt%

    Usually, the camera or phone will store the date and time when the photo was taken as recording date.
    So in your case you would use this: %Exif.DateRec[m/d/yy h:nn:ss AM/PM]%
    Please see attached for the data that is embedded in the photo when I used the string sujested it gave an N/A water mark on the photo is there a "create" string ??

    Thanks again in advance

    Splinter
    Last edited by splinterpicker; 05-01-2013 at 02:18 AM.

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    Hm, I guess the dates shown are the basic file creation and modification date, not from EXIF metadata. Right now, Light Image Resizer only supports EXIF dates.
    I can note it as a feature request, but it will take some time until the next version is released.

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