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Transferring Exif data from one file to another

 
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Oct 02, 2017 08:29 |  #1

I know how to transfer EXIF data from one shot to another in Photoshop but would like to ise a less time consuming method. Is there an app that will do this for me. I have Googled this topic and have found a method using the Windows command line (no thanks!) and ExifTool, also a command line tool.

Can anyone suggest a small app that will do the job quickly and easily?


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Oct 02, 2017 10:26 |  #2

Stiga wrote in post #18464458 (external link)
I know how to transfer EXIF data from one shot to another in Photoshop but would like to ise a less time consuming method.

Did you know that you can save/paste exif in PS? Try File > File Info & look for the > at the upper right.


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Oct 02, 2017 10:27 |  #3

Just curious, why?


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Oct 02, 2017 10:39 |  #4

ExifToolGUI, graphic interface for ExifTool (no command line):
http://www.trishtech.c​om ...exiftool-and-exiftoolgui/ (external link)


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Oct 02, 2017 10:41 |  #5

EXIFToolGUI?

EDIT: I see Elie and I were on the same page...


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Oct 02, 2017 10:54 |  #6

gjl711 wrote in post #18464515 (external link)
Just curious, why?

Becuase some apps I use wipe the EXIF data, Microsoft ICE for instance.


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Stiga wrote in post #18464540 (external link)
Becuase some apps I use wipe the EXIF data, Microsoft ICE for instance.

Got ya.


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Oct 02, 2017 11:17 as a reply to post 18464534 |  #8

Why should I buy Lightroom when I already have a vastly superior editor already - i.e. Photoshop?


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PhotosGuy wrote in post #18464514 (external link)
Did you know that you can save/paste exif in PS? Try File > File Info & look for the > at the upper right.

Thanks for this.

I tried this in Photoshop CC:

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I know I am half blind but I could not see anything in the top right corner.

I also tried the import from a file in this window but it rejected my offering -?

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Oct 02, 2017 11:56 |  #10

tzalman wrote in post #18464527 (external link)
ExifToolGUI, graphic interface for ExifTool (no command line):
http://www.trishtech.c​om ...exiftool-and-exiftoolgui/ (external link)

Thanks Elie, Ill give this a whirl :-)


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Oct 02, 2017 13:19 |  #11

Stiga wrote in post #18464588 (external link)
Thanks for this.

I tried this in Photoshop CC:
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I know I am half blind but I could not see anything in the top right corner.

I also tried the import from a file in this window but it rejected my offering -?

I have a older, different version. Maybe "Import... v" at the bottom? It has to have data saved somewhere, or else you couldn't Import it?
Or try NoHelp. It has to be hidden somewhere.


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