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ExiFlow is a set of tools (command line and GUI) to provide a complete digital photo workflow for Unix systems. EXIF headers are used as the central information repository, so users may change their software at any time without losing their data.

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  •  24 May 2009 19:45

    Release Notes: This release deals with non-UTF-8 characters in EXIF data. It tries hard to decode EXIF values as UTF-8, current locale, and Latin1. It will not die if none of these encodings succeed, but instead use "???". exirename can modify filenames that are already in the exiflow schema to allow switching to or from timestamp inclusion. exiassign can take the EXIF tag "Model" to decide whether a file already has camera EXIF information. update_exif() has been fixed to not blow up the amount of keywords when used repeatedly. There are some bugfixes and minor cleanups.

    •  06 Jul 2006 06:56

      Release Notes: Many bugfixes were made. exiconvert was added to convert raw images to jpeg. The --batch option was added to exigui to start a batch run from exiimport to exigate. Code cleanups were done.

      •  26 Mar 2006 12:59

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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