pmldigital man page

pmldigital — construct PhotoML files from EXIF data in digital images from a digital camera, or from data embedded in the output of a film scanner (only Nikon Coolscan scanners are currently supported)

Synopsis

pmldigital [-h] [-b] [-i] [-f] [-d] [-r] [-x]  ([-s] | [-g group-id]) [-t date-time-offset] imagefile [imagefile] ...

Description

pmldigital constructs PhotoML files from EXIF data in digital images from a digital camera, or from the private tags in TIFF files written by the Nikon Scan film scanner software.

Options

pmldigital accepts the following options:

-h

Display usage information.

-b

Include file basename only in output.

-i

Output intermediate XML representation of EXIF data.

-f

Fast output excluding computation of image and file md5 hashes.

-d

Construct digimage descriptions of scanned images instead of digital descriptions of digital camera images.

-r

Skip JPEG images with same basename as a RAW image

-x

For each specified image file, look for an XMP file with the same path and filename, but with a .xmp extension. If found, tags from this file override those in the main image file.

-s

Set group and frame (and image) ids from standard filenames.

-g group-id

Specify group id for the set of image files.

-t date-time-offset

Apply an offset to date/time values in EXIF data. The offset string is in the format accepted by the ParseDateDelta function of the Date::Manip Perl module, for example "+1y +2m +3d -2h +4mn +6s" for an offset adding 1 year, 2 months, and 3 days, subtracting 2 hours, and adding 4 minutes and 6 seconds.

Author

Brendt Wohlberg <photoml@wohlberg.net>

See Also

Image::ExifTool(3), Date::Manip(3), md5sum(1), xsltproc(1)

Info

17 October 2009