[PhotoFloat] Exif Errors
dortsen at gmail.com
Mon Jan 19 11:45:24 CET 2015
It’s not the exact same message I got,
I copied Tom Talpey’s code in a file and named it correct_date.patch. I placed that file in PhotoFloat’s root folder. In my case that’s /var/www/photofloat. Then, from that directory, I ran:
patch -p1 < correct_date.patch
and ran the scanner again. That fixed my problem. Hopefully it’ll also fix yours.
One last thing, keep in mind to keep conversations like these on the photofloat list. I’ve included it’s address in the e-mail so it’ll get archived for others to be of use as well :-)
Please let the list know if this fixed your issue.
> Op 19 jan. 2015, om 11:39 heeft Glenn Johnson <glennjohnson57 at gmail.com> het volgende geschreven:
> Sorry, how do I use the patch?
> On Mon, Jan 19, 2015 at 4:31 AM, Dennis Ortsen <dortsen at gmail.com <mailto:dortsen at gmail.com>> wrote:
> What are the error’s you’re seeing?
> I’ve had a few myself when starting with PhotoFloat. A patch from Tom Talpey helped me out:
> http://lists.zx2c4.com/pipermail/photofloat/2014-December/000066.html <http://lists.zx2c4.com/pipermail/photofloat/2014-December/000066.html>
> With the diversity of camera’s and misuse (or should I say innocent ignorance) of people using those camera’s, exif information is easily out of order. For instance: I discovered that my parents have been taking pictures with some Nikon pocket camera without ever setting date and time on that device. When I started using PhotoFloat a few month’s ago, it failed to create the first albums because dates in exif were all zeros. PhotoFloat failed on that. Tom Tally’s patch fixed that for me. Don’t know about your issue though, it’s worth the try.
>> Op 19 jan. 2015, om 10:15 heeft Glenn Johnson <glennjohnson57 at gmail.com <mailto:glennjohnson57 at gmail.com>> het volgende geschreven:
>> Hey there. I was happily using PhotoFloat for a few years until the exif data problems appeared. Now my scans quit with exif data errors.
>> I'm currrently moving files and/or folders out of the way of the scan, but of course this isn't ideal.
>> What exactly do I need to do to get PhotoFloat working properly?
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