[Gambas-user] Is exif Orientation obtainable without any exif libs/commands?
bsteers4 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 18 14:24:04 CET 2023
I'm completely out of my depth here.
So far i have figured out how to extract the exif data :)
but not how to process the info out of it? :(
the best resource so far i have found is this...
But my brain is hurting trying to understand it.
I have successfully (i think) read in the exif data like this...
Private $hExifRawData As Variant
Public Sub GetData(sFile As String)
$hExifRawData = Null
Dim f As Stream
f = Open sFile For Read
Dim bGetData As Boolean
Dim sChar As Variant = Read #f, 2
If bGetData Then
If sChar = "\xFF\xE2" Then
Print "got exif end"
$hExifRawData &= sChar
If sChar = "\xFF\xE1" Then
bGetData = True
Print "got exif"
If Not Lof(f) Then Break
But no idea what to do with it.
Trial and error i guess
If anyone has extracted jpeg/exif data and got any code to share that would
be cool :)
On Wed, 7 Dec 2022 at 21:08, Fabien Bodard <gambas.fr at gmail.com> wrote:
> Le mer. 7 déc. 2022 à 12:45, Bruce Steers <bsteers4 at gmail.com> a écrit :
>> I did try it Fab it's er, Fab :)
>> Looks awesome but i think i will have to carry on down this exif path for
>> The core of what i am doing is making something to help my girlfriend
>> sort through her 6x 4tb hard drives that are FULL of many years worth of
>> badly organized and many duplicates phone camera pictures. :-\
>> exif seems to have all that's needed if i can figure an interface.
>> the fact the jpeg files may contain their own ready made thumbnails seems
>> a real bonus that can be utilized.
>> But that's just a secondary function that will speed up viewing previews.
>> Your function does seem pretty cool but (of course) it has to generate
>> the thumbnails the first run and on some of her huge folders it took quite
>> a while so i would want to utilize Task.class or something like fileview
>> does to load thumbnails in the background.
>> I need more, I also want a function to rotate pictures to their correct
>> orientation, not just for the preview but the actual image on the disk so i
>> need a bit more than thumbnail generation. Also date info/etc may be useful.
>> i think I'm going to continue with trying to read/write the exif data as
>> I think it could be pretty good if i can extract it's own thumbnails
>> quicker. plus there's other info in the exif that could be useful for a
>> photo organiser
>> Much respect.
> it's an interesting work 🙂.
>> You need to work on the jpeg file structure or use an external tool to
> extract all that datas.
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