Difference between revisions of "EXIF to DC XML normaliser"

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This OS-independent tool enables you to read EXIF-data from an image file using ExifTool and normalise this to Dublin Core compatible XML adding specific metadata which is contained in an .ini file. The XML output templates can be tailored to one’s needs. Tool is able to handle single files, or recurse trough a folder. Output is written to STDOUT, unless an output XML file is specified.
 
This OS-independent tool enables you to read EXIF-data from an image file using ExifTool and normalise this to Dublin Core compatible XML adding specific metadata which is contained in an .ini file. The XML output templates can be tailored to one’s needs. Tool is able to handle single files, or recurse trough a folder. Output is written to STDOUT, unless an output XML file is specified.
  
Please note this tool is a prototype and adds very specific institutional metadata from The ===
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Please note this tool is a prototype and adds very specific institutional metadata from The
  
State University of New York at Binghamton, though the code can be changed very easy to your ===
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State University of New York at Binghamton, though the code can be changed very easy to your
  
 
own needs.
 
own needs.
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=== Release and Activity Feed===
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=== Release and Activity Feed===
 
<rss max=7>https://github.com/openplanets/SPRUCE/commits/master.atom</rss>
 
<rss max=7>https://github.com/openplanets/SPRUCE/commits/master.atom</rss>

Revision as of 21:22, 13 November 2013

Extract EXIF data and normalise it to DC XML.
Homepage:http://wiki.opf-labs.org/display/SPR/Maintain+a+list+of+metadata+mappings+outside+of+the+script
License:APACHE2


Description

This OS-independent tool enables you to read EXIF-data from an image file using ExifTool and normalise this to Dublin Core compatible XML adding specific metadata which is contained in an .ini file. The XML output templates can be tailored to one’s needs. Tool is able to handle single files, or recurse trough a folder. Output is written to STDOUT, unless an output XML file is specified.

Please note this tool is a prototype and adds very specific institutional metadata from The

State University of New York at Binghamton, though the code can be changed very easy to your

own needs.

User Experiences

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Development Activity



Release and Activity Feed

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