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Thread: PS Action needed: Batch add datetime stamp from exif info into picture.

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    Default PS Action needed: Batch add datetime stamp from exif info into picture.

    anyway to do the above automagically?

    other plusses would be to add in aperture, shutter and focal length info.

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    you mean something like this? if so, pm me your addy. I'll send you the PS script



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    hello... can i have it too?

    i'll pm u my address if u agree

    thanks alot!

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    maybe can post a link where to get from??
    thks

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    knoxknock...can also share with me ? I'm also interested.

    Quote Originally Posted by knoxknocks
    you mean something like this? if so, pm me your addy. I'll send you the PS script



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    Quote Originally Posted by hagenuk
    knoxknock...can also share with me ? I'm also interested.
    Hi,

    I'm also interested. Can share?

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    Good Stuff!!

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    Me too!
    Knoxknocks Its very interesting, and I've never knew how to script.
    Will you share with us?
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    Me too... knoxknocks, could you share with us your script?

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    Cool yes me too

    hi

    pls pm me the script too . thks

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    knoxknocks, please PM me the script..thanks a whole lot :-)

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    wow...didn't check this thread...i've responded to many PMs already though...if someone can offer me 10K of space, I can post the script for everyone to download. Jopel already has the script in one of the posts. Mine just does additional stuff like put borders, resize the image and adds more EXIF data.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knoxknocks
    wow...didn't check this thread...i've responded to many PMs already though...if someone can offer me 10K of space, I can post the script for everyone to download. Jopel already has the script in one of the posts. Mine just does additional stuff like put borders, resize the image and adds more EXIF data.
    Actually if your ISP offers you homepage, you can upload the files into the homepage and then put a link here so that others can download at their own. If you need the space for homepage, let me know. I can upload to my pacific net homepage and put the link here.

    Cheers
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    i uploaded to my webhost.

    http://www.tinydot.org/exif.html

    Be kind - i don't want my site to be shut down because too much bandwidth utilised Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by knoxknocks
    i uploaded to my webhost.

    http://www.tinydot.org/exif.html

    Be kind - i don't want my site to be shut down because too much bandwidth utilised Thanks!
    eh, hi knoxknocks,

    how to ....Save the contents into a .js file and run this script from Photoshop.

    dun laugh at my silly ignorance ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranger
    eh, hi knoxknocks,

    how to ....Save the contents into a .js file and run this script from Photoshop.

    dun laugh at my silly ignorance ok.
    go to the page where the script is, press CTRL-A, CTRL-C, Open notepad, CTRL-V. Then File -> Save As ->

    Filename: yourname.js
    Save as type: All Files
    Encoding: unicode (so that the copyright sign comes out)

    No question is silly

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    oh, if you're using mac...hmmmm

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    Thanks for sharing! its very good!
    It is easier to critique than to create ; www.razin-photography.com
    My studio is available for rent

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    Quote Originally Posted by knoxknocks
    oh, if you're using mac...hmmmm
    Simple, Just download the txt file and rename it, delete the txt and replace with js (leave the . there)

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    Thanks Knoxknock. Added a few line to pull in the watermark.


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