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A helper script for applying metadata from Exif Notes to scans.

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scan-tagger

A helper script for applying metadata from Exif Notes to scans.

Introduction

Exif Notes is a great way to track your film shots and apply that metadata to the digitized files. However, I always need to do some manipulation of the scripts it produces before I can actually run them. scan-tagger is a tool to help automate those changes.

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Usage

In its simplest form, you can just run scan-tagger against your Exif Notes script and provide a starting filename:

[$]> scan-tagger Arista.EDU\ ULTRA\ 100_ExifToolCmds.txt 000010460001.jpg

This will perform a few basic adjustments on the file, and then update the filenames to 000010460001.jpg, 000010460002.jpg, etc.

For more advanced usage, pass the -i option to enter interactive mode. This provides a small line-by-line interface modelled after git add -p that allows more control over the process.

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