[Digikam-users] date problem

Gilles Caulier caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Sat Sep 21 13:21:27 BST 2013

Try ReRead metadata from image to database. There is this option in Image menu.

In 3.4.0, this option can be processed in batch with maintenance tool.
It can use multicore CPU.

Gilles Caulier

2013/9/21 Andreas T. Ege <andreas at spheniscid.net>:
> Hi there,
> when I edit images with gimp, the original metadata gets lost, so I
> usually save the metadata from the corresponding raw image, and import
> them back to the edited image. This works fine for most data, but not
> for the creation time of the image, that stays the time I edited the
> image. In the saved exif data the creation time is correct, but it
> doesn't appear to be imported together with the rest of the data. And I
> can't find a way to change this within digikam.
> Is there an easy way to do this from inside digikam automatically, or do
> I really have to adjust the creation time stamp by hand?
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