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If you actually know focal length accurately, and if you can measure the cameras field of view (the horizontal and vertical distance that it sees... at a certain distance, at least six feet), then see http://www.scantips.com/lights/fieldofview.html Option 8 there will compute your sensor size. Or if you know the crop factor for your camera (often in the ...


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No. (I think - see below) F-Stop and Aperture (these two are in fact the same thing) is/are a property of the lens. Focal Length - again, a property of the lens. Resolution Unit - I dunno exactly what you mean but most probably you mean „how many (mega)pixels are on the sensor”. „Sensor Size” is different from this because Sensor Size means how many ...


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It can be done with Exiftool. The answer is similar to this post except you replace Directory with Filename. But then you have the same problem as listed in that post. What is the exact tag you want to write to and how are you going to handle the time portion of the tag.


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I can find some (very few) images by rating using "user rating" as it's called when selecting criteria (rating=4). Rather ambiguous, so I was not sure what it is either indexing or referencing. For example, Spotlight found a jp2 (public.jpeg-2000) file with a user rating, but not a jpeg or a dng. exiftool revealed the rating was in XMP in all three images ...


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I can find some (very few) images by rating using "user rating" (rating=4). Rather ambiguous, so I'm not sure what it is either indexing or referencing. For example, Spotlight found a jp2 (public.jpeg-2000) file with a user rating, but not a jpeg or a dng. exiftool revealed the rating was in XMP in all three images (the same except for file format). I don't ...


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This only sets the ITPC copyright line, assumes the EXIF date information is correct, and has to be done per individual year, but it works for me. In the Library module, if your photos are filed by date, select the year's folder in the Folders pane. Alternatively, if your photos are not filed by date, select your entire Library, apply the Metadata filter, ...


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Basically, the command would be something like this ExifTool "-TAG<Directory" <DIR or FILE> assuming that the directory structure is numeric e.g. 2015/07/04 But there may be problems depending upon the exact tag you want to use. Many date/time tags require a time as well as a date and I believe all the EXIF date/time tags fall into this category. ...



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