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GUIguy
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EXIF data report

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Is there a way, script or otherwise, to show/report ALL the EXIF data for a group of photos?

I need this for legal purposes even though I'm just a private individual.

Thanks...
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Re: EXIF data report

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Run exiftool over the selected items?
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Re: EXIF data report

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Thanks, highend...
I tried EXIFTOOL but I could not see a way to do multiple items at once.

And I have to admit that I'm a GUI person (note my username!) and don't do well with command lines. I tried the EXIFTOOL GUI that someone wrote, but can't get it to work.

At any rate, I have a whole bunch (50+) photos where I want to create a report of EXIF data as opposed to doing it one by one.
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Re: EXIF data report

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    $exiftoolCLI = "D:\Tools\@Command Line Tools\exiftool\exiftool.exe";
    $items       = <get SelectedItemsPathNames>;
    $report      = "";
    foreach($item, $items, <crlf>, "e") {
        $data   = runret(lax("$exiftoolCLI" "$item"), <curpath>, 65001);
        $report .= $item . <crlf> . strrepeat("=", strlen($item)) . <crlf> . $data . <crlf 3>;
    }
    text $report;
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