To make adjustments for all exif fields in your pictures, you can use the script plugin in cPicture to run the ExifTools on your picture selection.
Assume the camera date/time is wrong by accident and all pictures are stamped with one week in advance.
This example sets all exif date fields back 7 days.
Create a text file, copy the following content and name it to ExifDate.ps1 and save it in the cPicture.exe folder:
# plugin variables # console=true displays a console, use this option for scripts with text output #[console=true] # noexit=true keeps the console open, set to 'false' to have the console closed when processing is done #[noexit=false] param ( [string]$name, [string]$dir, [string]$file, [int]$width, [int]$height, [int]$i, [int]$n ) <# -name name -file file -dir dir -width PictureWidth -height PictureHeight -i sequence number -n number of files Example: -name c:\picture_folder\picture.jpg -file picture.jpg -dir c:\picture_folder\ -width 1024 -height 768 -i 1 -n 4 #> # exiftool in cPicture installation folder # "Year:Month:Day Hour:Minute:Second" C:\cPicture\exiftool.exe -AllDates-="0:0:7 0:0:0" $name
Start cpicture, select your pictures you want to change, select the function module selection and select the script you just created:
Hint: If you use any of the exif functions in cPicture, ExifTools gets automatically installed for you.