ExiFlow is a set of tools (command line and GUI) to provide a complete digital photo workflow for Unixes.
EXIF headers are used as the central information repository, so users may change their software at any time without loosing their data.
Which tools are provided by ExiFlow?
This is the GTK frontend for all other tools but exiimport. If the mouse is your best friend you will like this one.
Import files from given directories to your photo folder. Optionally unmounts source media after successfull import.
Rename a bunch of image files according to our holy file naming schema.
Personalize images by setting EXIF fields to values spezified in exif.cfg or on command line. Any arbitrary field name may be configured or given. This is normally used for artist and copyright information.
Find groups of derived images and exchange EXIF information between them. That way, a freshly edited derivate can automatically inherit it's mothers EXIF information.
Automatically gate information between gthumb metadata and the image's EXIF information. This let's you describe and tag your photos whith gthumb and transfer everything to the according EXIF tags afterwards. The other direction is also possible, so you are never bound to using one specific piece of software.
- fixes #2691924 - deal with non-utf8 chars in exif data
- Try hard to decode EXIF values as UTF-8, current locale, and Latin1.
- Don't die if none of these encodings succeed. Instead, use "???". Thanks to Gilbert Laycock for the patch!
- make exirename able to modify filenames which are already in the exiflow schema to allow switching to or from timestamp inclusion
- exiassign: take exif tag "Model" to decide if file has already camera exif informations
- Fix update_exif() to not blow up the amount of keywords when used repeatedly.
- Some bug fixes and minor cleanups.