pmldigital - construct PhotoML files from EXIF data in digital images
from a digital camera, or from data embedded in the output of a film
scanner (only Nikon Coolscan scanners are currently supported)
pmldigital constructs PhotoML files from EXIF data in digital
images from a digital camera, or from the private tags in TIFF files
written by the Nikon Scan film scanner software.
pmldigital accepts the following options:
Display usage information.
Include file basename only in output.
Output intermediate XML representation of EXIF data.
Fast output excluding computation of image and file md5 hashes.
Construct digimage descriptions of scanned images instead of digital
descriptions of digital camera images.
Skip JPEG images with same basename as a RAW image
For each specified image file, look for an XMP file with the same path
and filename, but with a .xmp extension. If found, tags from this file
override those in the main image file.
Set group and frame (and image) ids from standard filenames.
Specify group id for the set of image files.
Apply an offset to date/time values in EXIF data. The offset string
is in the format accepted by the ParseDateDelta function of the
Date::Manip Perl module, for example "+1y +2m +3d -2h +4mn +6s" for an
offset adding 1 year, 2 months, and 3 days, subtracting 2 hours, and
adding 4 minutes and 6 seconds.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
General Public License for more details.