Copying EXIF 'date taken' to Windows file name

Started Mar 25, 2013 | Questions thread
rio911
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Re: Copying EXIF 'date taken' to Windows file name
In reply to Paul Barrett, Mar 26, 2013

Paul Barrett wrote:

malch wrote:

I think the OP wants to set the file created/modified timestamps to the date/time the image was captured. That's very different from embedding the date/time of capture in the file name.

Correct. But you know what? I'll do what rio911 suggested if there's no way to do what I want.

OP

Oooops,

sorry guys, I did not read the question like that.

My question is why do you need it?  Sorting the files? Getting the date and time in the file name will achieve a similar sorting ability.

Good luck,

rio

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