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I'm sometime using other tools to do change to an image (let's say perspective transformation
on photographied documents).
Some transformations lead to all metadata being deleted  :(
I'm therfeore looking for a way to copy all metadata from one file (a backup copy of the file)
to the changed image (or to reapply existing Thumbs gatherred metadata to the
file after being edited).
Is that possible?


ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Adding Metadata to image
« on: 2024-04-04 05:19:11 »
I'm looking for a way to embbed (visible) some metadata content onto selected Images.
This should be more of less similar to waterwarking but using user selected Image Metadata.
By example, you may want to add original date/time to image like such parameter
available in digital camera.
Is that possible? using batch?


Searching (quering) feature is great.

Let consider I see following in My Metadata pane
Info > Date Taken : display 31/05/2022 13:59:50.825

How could I search all files from that same 'Date Taken' date : 31/05/2022 ?

I did try various combinaison like:
 tn.[taken_time_iso] like '2022:%:% %:%:%'
 tn.[taken_time_iso] = '31/05/2022 13:59:50.825'
in query Advanced pane but none give me results!

Thanks in advance

ThumbsPlus v10 Questions / Batch SET Original Date/Time
« on: 2021-02-25 09:35:41 »

I'm trying to set Camera > Original Date/Time using Batch Editor so that being able to set later on (after editing image)
the file info as original date/Time.

I'm this is for either old images with no EXIF at all) or also for screenshots. (.png files)

I Have define following to set meta data from file date:
Set if Blank / Original Date/Time / \i:File date;
Set if Blank / Creation Date (xmp) / \i:File date;
Set if Blank / Modification date / \i:File date;

Script well works :
if File Date is: 15/06/2020 10:38:17.203
Result is as expected  (see attachment).

ISSUE is that this also define a Metadata Date as the current date/time.

When I later use the "Modify File Info" > Set to XMP/EXIF date-time

The File Date-time is set to a "metadata Date" and not the "Camera>Original Date/Time" previously defined!

Any Idea?

I often use the clipboard auto save to capture webex, Teams or zoom sessions.
I would like later on being able to select identified parts being in while over black
background, in order to process the whole content using OCR tools.
While in batch script creation I don't found any Select part (like for a crop
operation) so that to apply an invert color only on this identified part.

Is that possible? what about including in new version? would it be possible
using Python?

Thanks for any help you could provide.

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