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Topic # 83204 12-May-2011 14:09
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Hi All

I have recently taken alot of images, approximately 7,000 to 8,000 to produce a time lapse movie.

I would like to be able to show the time captured in the bottom left hand corner of the image, so I can see when the image was taken.

Does anybody out there no of any software that will do this?

Cheers Paul.

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  Reply # 468307 12-May-2011 14:23
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I had a script called "Mike's Framer" that did it. If no-one here knows register for this forum and ask in the raw/processing forum. Someone will know.

Google found a few bits of non-free software that'll do it. You might like to check out Irfanview's batch mode, maybe it'll do it, with a plugin.




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  Reply # 468394 12-May-2011 17:32
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Hi all.

Just in case anybody is interested I have found a free  program called FastStone that will do this and alot of other image related functions.

Cheers Paul

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  Reply # 468524 12-May-2011 22:50
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Faststone is another of the big free image viewers, I didn't know it could do that though.




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  Reply # 469313 15-May-2011 15:41
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The function is in FastStone but was hard to find.

Its is in  tools/Batch Convert Selected Images/Advanced options/Text

Cheers Paul.

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