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ExifTool Command-Line Examples

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0) Extract information from a file

exiftool a.jpg

A basic command to extract all metadata from a file named a.jpg.

1) Basic write example

exiftool -artist=me a.jpg

Writes Artist tag to a.jpg. Since no group is specified, EXIF:Artist will be written and all other existing
Artist tags will be updated with the new value ("me").

2) Write multiple files

exiftool -artist=me a.jpg b.jpg c.jpg

Writes Artist tag to three image files.

3) Write to all files in a directory

exiftool -artist=me c:/images

Writes Artist tag to all files in directory c:/images.

4) Write multiple tags

exiftool -artist="Phil Harvey" -copyright="2011 Phil Harvey" a.jpg

Writes two tags to a.jpg.

5) Extracting duplicate tags

exiftool -a -u -g1 a.jpg

Print all meta information in an image, including duplicate and unknown tags, sorted by group (for family

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exiftool -common dir

Print common meta information for all images in dir.

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exiftool -T -createdate -aperture -shutterspeed -iso DIR > out.txt

List meta information in tab-delimited column form for all images in directory DIR to an output text file
named "out.txt".

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exiftool -s -ImageSize -ExposureTime b.jpg

Print ImageSize and ExposureTime tag names and values.

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exiftool -l -canon c.jpg d.jpg

Print standard Canon information from two image files.

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exiftool -r -w .txt -common pictures

Recursively extract common meta information from files in C directory, writing text output into files with the
same names but with a C<.txt> extension.

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exiftool -b -ThumbnailImage image.jpg > thumbnail.jpg

Save thumbnail image from C to a file called C.

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exiftool -b -JpgFromRaw -w _JFR.JPG -ext CRW -r .

Recursively extract JPG image from all Canon CRW files in the current directory, adding C<_JFR.JPG> for
the name of the output JPG files.

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exiftool -d "%r %a, %B %e, %Y" -DateTimeOriginal -S -s *.jpg

Print formatted date/time for all JPG files in the current directory.

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exiftool -IFD1:XResolution -IFD1:YResolution image.jpg

Extract image resolution from EXIF IFD1 information (thumbnail image IFD).

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exiftool "-*resolution*" image.jpg

Extract all tags with names containing the word "Resolution" from an image.

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exiftool -xmp:author:all -a image.jpg

Extract all author-related XMP information from an image.

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exiftool -xmp -b a.jpg > out.xmp

Extract complete XMP data record intact from a.jpg and write it to out.xmp using the special XMP tag
(see the Extra Tags).

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exiftool -p '$filename has date $dateTimeOriginal' -q -f dir

Print one line of output containing the file name and DateTimeOriginal for each image in directory dir.

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exiftool -ee -p '$gpslatitude, $gpslongitude, $gpstimestamp' a.m2ts

Extract all GPS positions from an AVCHD video.

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exiftool -icc_profile -b -w icc image.jpg

Save complete ICC_Profile from an image to an output file with the same name and an extension of

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exiftool -htmldump -w tmp/%f_%e.html t/images

Generate HTML pages from a hex dump of EXIF information in all images from the C directory. The output
HTML files are written to the C directory (which is created if it didn't exist), with names of the form