Copying EXIF 'date taken' to Windows file name

Started Mar 25, 2013 | Questions thread
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Re: Copying EXIF 'date taken' to Windows file name

AxelR wrote:

Still, an imperfect solution is better than "Jan-1-80" or some other arbitrary time and I think I can do something about this in the form of a batch-processing action that will do exactly what the OP hopes for, in a simple manner.

Yes, I think that would be useful.

It's pretty much impossible to handle the TZ/Daylight Savings issues fully automatically and correctly. I'm inclined to think that can be addressed quite simply by allowing the user to specify an offset (assuming the EXIF is simply localtime).

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