[iOS] Reading the exif information of an iOS photo

Alex Tweedly alex at tweedly.net
Wed Oct 30 10:36:36 CET 2013


Hi Gerry,

OK, I can see it skips some Exif tags (in my photo it skips : 9214, 
a402, a403 ...) but those are not obviously all that important.

I can upgrade the library with the new (since I wrote it) tags from 
exiv2 - will try that soon. It should be straightforward - except it's 
been 8 or 9 years since I looked at it, so I need to remind myself just 
how it worked :-)

But I suspect there's more to it than that - so if you have a photo that 
it doesn't read properly, please send it to me off-list.

Thanks
-- Alex.

On 30/10/2013 08:50, Alex Tweedly wrote:
> Gerry,
>
> what does it "not properly read" ? I've not specifically tested it 
> against iPhone photos,
> but I do have an iPhone, so I'm pretty sure I did try it with some.
>
> I'll try it out in the next couple of days to see if there is 
> something I can do.
>
> Sorry - don't have any iOS experience, so I can't help with getting 
> file access to
> photos on the phone.
>
> -- Alex.
>




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