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by stevehughes
13 Jun 19 7:51
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Stripping out metadata
Replies: 5
Views: 426

Re: Stripping out metadata

So thanks to you folks I think I've got this pretty well cleaned up. I started with exiftool -r -all= --exif:all *.jpg exiftool raised errors on a bunch of files with mangled makernotes so I ran exiftool -makernotes= over those files and then re-ran the above on them. Then I found some old tags in a...
by stevehughes
12 Jun 19 23:32
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Stripping out metadata
Replies: 5
Views: 426

Re: Stripping out metadata

Thanks all for the input. EXIFtool is a very powerful tool. I think I can come to grips with the command-line, limited mainly by my shallow understanding of metadata structure. Back to Hert's suggestion, and to check my understanding, is this what you had in mind? exiftool -all= --exif:all *.jpg It ...
by stevehughes
11 Jun 19 8:40
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Stripping out metadata
Replies: 5
Views: 426

Stripping out metadata

Hi all, My jpgs have been through quite a history, back and forth between a number of DAMs. As a result they have weird bits of metadata buried away in a heap of different places. I’d really like to clean this up. Can anyone suggest a way (either in PSU or some external utility) to strip out all met...
by stevehughes
21 Jun 17 0:26
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Question about ingesting
Replies: 3
Views: 1791

Re: Question about ingesting

Thanks. Added my support to it.

Steve
by stevehughes
19 Jun 17 2:35
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Question about ingesting
Replies: 3
Views: 1791

Question about ingesting

(Importing in PSU terminology) I currently use Photo Mechanic for ingesting RAWs from camera. I'm investigating whether I can use PSU instead. So far the answer seems to be 'mostly YES' except for one thing: In cases where I have fired a burst of shots I will often go through the burst at 100% to ch...
by stevehughes
09 Jan 15 1:20
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Write Portfolio info to images
Replies: 40
Views: 7919

Re: Write Portfolio info to images

Did I miss the release of this fix ? The current build is .2060 which I'm pretty sure was the version I was using when I started this thread. I wonder if Hert could give an idea of when this fix will be released ?

Thanks,
Steve
by stevehughes
19 Dec 14 9:07
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Write Portfolio info to images
Replies: 40
Views: 7919

Re: Write Portfolio info to images

My findings with version 3.0.2.2060 - Hert is correct about the ICS not being enabled by default. (Of course he is - he should know. I was mistaken) - Created c:\test and put a bunch of test images in it. - Created a new database, re-opened PSU, checked ICS read and write. - Imported the photos, ass...
by stevehughes
17 Dec 14 10:03
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Write Portfolio info to images
Replies: 40
Views: 7919

Re: Write Portfolio info to images

I did check that before doing the import Hert. In fact it appears that a new database has those options enabled by default.
by stevehughes
17 Dec 14 2:27
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Write Portfolio info to images
Replies: 40
Views: 7919

Write Portfolio info to images

Hi, I have a large set of historical family images which are arranged using Portfolio Collections. I want to ensure that this information is saved in the image files in case I one day need to rebuild my catalog database. I can't make PSU work the way I expect it should and I'm wondering if someone c...
by stevehughes
20 Nov 14 7:27
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: RAW-convertors (Nikon Capture NX2 replacement)
Replies: 22
Views: 9453

Re: RAW-convertors (Nikon Capture NX2 replacement)

Hi Peter,

FWIW, I went from CNX2 to Photo Ninja, and couldn't be happier with the results I am getting from my D7100 files. A solid step forward in IQ, IMO.

Cheers,
Steve
by stevehughes
02 Nov 14 6:36
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PSUv3 is slow when the database is stored on a NAS
Replies: 7
Views: 3421

Re: PSUv3 is slow when the database is stored on a NAS

Just a thought. If you want to put the DB on the NAS then you might want to consider the PostgreSQL Server version of PSU. Depending on the NAS, you may find that you can install PostgreSQL on it (e.g. my QNAP supports the installation of all sorts of cool extras). That would give you multi-user, mu...
by stevehughes
30 Oct 14 3:30
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PS3, PhotoNinja and license question
Replies: 22
Views: 5166

Re: PS3, PhotoNinja and license question

Sure Tom. Will do.
by stevehughes
29 Oct 14 10:39
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PS3, PhotoNinja and license question
Replies: 22
Views: 5166

Re: PS3, PhotoNinja and license question

While I haven't yet tried it, I'd like to thank Hert for implementing this so promptly. I am a PSU + PN user so I greatly appreciate the improvements this will make to my workflow.

Steve.
by stevehughes
24 Oct 14 3:34
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Photo Supreme V3 released
Replies: 10
Views: 4090

Re: Photo Supreme V3 released

Brilliant Hert !

... reaching for credit card ...

Steve.
by stevehughes
24 Sep 14 11:30
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Preannouncement: Photo Supreme V3
Replies: 45
Views: 12789

Re: Preannouncement: Photo Supreme V3

OK - will do.