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Converting CHDK EXIF info to Standard EXIF

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Converting CHDK EXIF info to Standard EXIF
« on: 11 / December / 2007, 12:50:06 »
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Re: Converting CHDK EXIF info to Standard EXIF
« Reply #1 on: 13 / December / 2007, 05:38:22 »
WHOO HOO!!!!

Success! I got it all worked out.

I didn't need all those extra lines. I just had to put them all on just one line.

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If GUICtrlRead($checkISO)== $GUI_CHECKED Then
$optionread = $optionread & "-composite:iso -EXIF:ISO -cameraISO -MakerNotes:ExposureTime -MakerNotes:FNumber "
$optionwrite = $optionwrite & "-composite:iso>EXIF:ISO -MakerNotes:ExposureTime>EXIF:ExposureTime -MakerNotes:FNumber>EXIF:FNumber"
EndIf

I'll see if I can attach my Auto CHDK Patcher to this post....

Please read the info at Auto-ISO Tool/Patcher for installation info.

I changed some of the items on the display to also be more user friendly and CHDK specific.

* Barney Fife is doing a major happy-dance for having been able to figure this out  :lol :P :D :xmas ::) :lol

Okay you people, start handing out the applause hits, I deserve 'em this time.  :D



Hi Barney Fife!
Trying to install the Auto CHDK Patcher I got a virus warning (WORM/Autoit.K) using Avira AntiVir PersonalEdition Classic.

I hope this is just a misinformation of my antivir software!

Cheers, Kalli

Re: Converting CHDK EXIF info to Standard EXIF
« Reply #2 on: 13 / December / 2007, 14:27:56 »
I have used AutoIT for a while.  On there forum this issue is discussed and there is a sticky about it.  It seems that because of the nature of the script that it is identified as a virus by various programs because of the potential that is available to malicious programers.  One solution is to publish the source files and a link to the compiler and let people make it exacutable on their own.  That way they can explore the script if they are worried about security.

Re: Converting CHDK EXIF info to Standard EXIF
« Reply #3 on: 13 / December / 2007, 15:17:01 »
Good Work!  I hadn't followed the links previously, but I can see now where you gave the source code.  I think that a lot of things could be done with AutoIT to make life eaiser,


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Re: Converting CHDK EXIF info to Standard EXIF
« Reply #4 on: 14 / December / 2007, 05:20:34 »
Thank you Barney Fife and ke7doy!

I already thought that my scanner fooled me!
Thanks again for help!

Kalli

CompositeISO & other EXIF fields?
« Reply #5 on: 16 / December / 2007, 17:18:44 »
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Auto CHDK to EXIF v1.2
« Reply #6 on: 19 / December / 2007, 08:27:46 »
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Re: Converting CHDK EXIF info to Standard EXIF
« Reply #7 on: 22 / January / 2008, 02:16:53 »
Barney, thanks so much for Auto CHDK to EXIF v1.2

I have a question about how it works, though.  It seems I can use it even if I didn't use CHDK to take a picture, right?   In place of ExifTool to get the ISO info into the proper field where most apps expect it. 

When I use it on a CHDK picture, it uses the real values rather than the marketing values, yeah?  So I might see ISO 120 instead of ISO 100.  That's great.

But here is where I get a little confused.  If I set the shutter speed to 1/100,000 it will tell me something like 1/99,384.  But based on what I've read, the shutter can't go that fast.  Similarly, it will report ISO 16 when we know the ISO in fact doesn't go that low.  I unserstand why it is reporting those numbers (because that is what I set in CHDK) but is there an easy way to know when to trust the reported numbers and when the reported numbers are just what I was hoping to get?

Thanks!


Re: Converting CHDK EXIF info to Standard EXIF
« Reply #8 on: 22 / January / 2008, 02:38:41 »
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Re: Converting CHDK EXIF info to Standard EXIF
« Reply #9 on: 22 / January / 2008, 03:24:17 »
Thanks for the explanations!

 

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