[Digikam-users] Time Date based rename
mick at sulley.info
Fri Oct 25 20:53:03 BST 2013
Thanks for the reply. Yes I see that as well, the exif data shows the
same time as the camera, the thing I don't understand is that DigiKam
renames the picture on import as one hour later than the exif date.
e.g. - from the info panel on the right
Date 13/10/2013 16:15:16
Created 13/10/2013 15:15:15
exif Image Information
Date and Time 2013:10:13 15:15:15
exif Photgraph Information
Date and Time (original) 2013:10:13 15:15:15
Date and Time (digitized) 2013:10:13 15:15:15
If I take this same picture and run
exiftool "-FileName<DateTimeOriginal" -d "PIC%Y_%m%d_%H%M%S.%%e" .
it renames it as PIC2013_1013_151515.JPG just as I expected.
Why does DigiKam move it by an hour?????
Our clocks go back to GMT at the weekend, I will be interested to see if
that changes anything.
On 25/10/13 19:22, Peter Albrecht wrote:
> Hi Mick,
> I have a Canon EOS 500D and I manually adjust the camera
> time twice a year. It is anoying, but I haven't found
> another way.
> Importing those pictures, I have a correct EXIF time in digikam.
> On 23.10.2013 18:10, Mick Sulley wrote:
>> Is there ant way to set the rename function when importing
>> pictures to base it on the datetime original? I have setup
>> the import based upon [date] but with my Canon EOS 550D this
>> does an automatic one hour adjustment. There is no setting
>> on the camera for daylight saving, so I don't know why it
>> does the adjustment. My Canon SX200 does have a timezone
>> setting and that uses datetime original as I would expect.
>> I cannot see any way to set which one is used.
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