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Is there any way to show the name of the oldest and the newest image in the current folder with ExifTool, based on the shooting date?

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You didn't mention what OS you're using, but in a Windows Powershell you could do something like this:

exiftool -filename -fileorder datetimeoriginal DIR | select -first 2 -last 4

  • Whoops, sorry about that, Windows 7 it is. I'll try it. – Rook Aug 31 '15 at 5:25
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(i.e. sort by shooting date and show oldest and newest images' name of file)

? then look at the top and bottom entries in the sort.

  • I cannot. There are too many images and the cmd's buffer is not that large. – Rook Aug 24 '15 at 19:13
  • @ldigas, make it bigger :) – Olivier Aug 24 '15 at 20:09

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