INFORMATIONS FOR THE IMAGES/PICTURES (hide)
By this module you have the access to the text information (in detail) for the image, but also to infos EXIF if the image you load is a picture containing these EXIF datas. Text datas can be saved in a file with the extension .txt, and as for tha EXIF datas they can be saved as a html file.
If a picture containing some EXIF informations is load, you can also access to the text informations on the same picture.
We’re now loading some pictures (that contains Exif informations) and we’re going to save these Exif informations of a picture in a html page, so that you’re going to see these Exif infos in the Infos Exif tab in EKD).
Starting from the Image(s) source tab, click on Add …
In the window Path of the Images, select the directory on the left part (if you need, unscrool the sub directories), and look for your pictures. If you want to select several images at one time, keep the CTRL (or SHIFT) key pressed (while selecting all of them), click on Add.
As soon as it’s done, the Infos Exif tab is shown.
If you click on the Infos Text tab, you can see the text information.
If you load some images that do not have any EXIF information, the Save Exif (.html) button will be in grey tone:
let’s save now the html page with the Exif informations, so click on the Save Exif (.html) button.
The saving window (Save) gets open, in this window, on the left part, select the destination directory (if you need unscroll the sub directories), write the title in the text field File’s name: and click on the button Save.
Exemple of a html page created if you saved some EXIF datas
To display one of the images you selected, go back in the Image(s) source tab, select the thumbnail and click on the button Display.
As it is said in the image below, once you select the thumbnail that you choose, you’ll be quickly directed to the Infos text tab (or Infos Exif, if this is a picture from a camera). To see the image we’re dealing with, go back to the Image(s) source tab and click on the button Display.
Here’s the image shown in a new window. To go back to the main window, click on the button Return.