Translation Project Robot | 24 Jun 18:57 2015

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Translation Project Robot | 20 Apr 20:37 2015

New Russian PO file for 'exif' (version 0.6.21)

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Translation Project Robot | 31 Jan 13:07 2015

New Spanish PO file for 'libexif' (version 0.6.21)

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Translation Project Robot | 15 Aug 18:27 2014

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jcupitt | 29 Jul 11:49 2014
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bug in exif_entry_get_value()

Hi all,

First, thanks for the library.

I recent debugged a bizarre problem in libexif. This image:

http://www.rollthepotato.net/~john/test.jpg

would cause my program to hang.

The cause turned out to be a corrupt exif field: the image has a
shutterspeed tag set to -2147483648 / 1. exif-entry.c does:

1103:
                d = (double) v_srat.numerator / (double) v_srat.denominator;
                snprintf (val, maxlen, _("%.02f EV"), d);
                d = 1. / pow (2, d);

And on some platforms, the pow() raises a math exception. This wasn't
caught by the runtime I was using, triggering a hang. I'm
cross-compiling to Windows from Linux with mingw, if that helps.

I'm not sure what the best solution is. Negative shutterspeed would
seem like a range error, so how about just cutting off all negatives?

Photoshop seems to hide fields that fail simple range tests, that's
probably another possible solution, but maybe harder to implement.

John

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Translation Project Robot | 28 Jun 08:32 2014

New Spanish PO file for 'libexif' (version 0.6.21)

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Lucía Díaz Rodríguez | 4 Jun 16:33 2014

Problem editing GPS tags

Hi,

I'm trying to add Exif information to a JPEG file. I've tried the exif command line tool (v0.6.21) and the libexif API (v0.6.21-1). 
Everything works fine until I get to the GPS information (Latitude, LatitudeRef, Longitude and LongitudeRef). I'm able to read it if it already exits but i'm not able to create or modify it.

Using the exif command line tool (in Mint 16 64bits and also in Ubuntu 12.04 32-bits), like so:
      exif -c --ifd=GPS --tag=0x0001 --set-value="N" foto-exif.mjpg 
I get this error:
      Setting a value for this tag is unsupported!
(Same result using --tag=GPSLatitudeRef).

Using the libexif API, when I try: exif_entry_initialize (exifentry, tag), the tag is not listed in the switch cases so default it's used and the entry gets FORMAT_UNDEFINED and components=0, which doesn't allocate any memory for the associated data.
Even if I try to initialize the entry myself (like in the write-exif.c example) I'm not able to do so for the data field (I get a segmentation fault on exif_mem_alloc(mem, exifentry->size)).

Now, I've found a bug report from 2005 (https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=309127) mentioning the GPS tags editing. In its response it's stated that editing this sort of tags it's possible since exif 0.6.15. 
Has anything changed since then? If not, would you be so kind as to explain to me what am I doing wrong? I've already tried all I could think of and got nowhere.


​Thanks​,

Lucía

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Translation Project Robot | 10 May 19:37 2014

New Galician PO file for 'exif' (version 0.6.21)

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Translation Project Robot | 23 Apr 19:27 2014

New Latvian PO file for 'exif' (version 0.6.21)

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n179911 | 22 Apr 07:21 2014
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Standard dimension of thumbnail in jpeg

Hi,

Is 160x120 the standard dimension for thumbnail in jpeg? regardless of
the actual dimension of the image?
Does the thumbnail has a parameter to tell if the thumbnail is in
landscape or portrait?

Thank you.
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n179911 | 18 Apr 00:44 2014
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How does libexif works with libjpeg to insert exif data in jpeg file?

How does libexif works with libjpeg to insert exif data in jpeg file?

I think libjpeg creates JPEG header and JPEG image data.
I think EXIF data is after JPEG header and before JPEG image data.

To create a jpeg image with EXIF header, do I need to

0. allocate a new buffer big enough for JPEG header + EXIF header +
JPEG image data
1. memcpy the JPEG header created by libjpeg
2. memcpy the EXIF header created by libexif
3. memcpy the JPEG image date created by libjpeg

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