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post #1 of 7 Old 05-04-2013, 10:50 PM - Thread Starter
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I posted this tonight on FredMiranda's site - works for pictures and movies. Shows cool stuff like aperture/shutter/ISO/picture style for MOV files (and for raws).

Too lazy to type it all in again - let me know if this is too complicated. Hope not.
http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1210403

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Thanks very much for this.

I can report that it works really well for Sony HDR GW77 files (and probably all Sony video files), reporting gain, aperture, shutter speed and GPS coordinates (if the GPS was turned on).

It does not report anything interesting for Panasonic video files from compact or micro43 cameras, however (also .mts files, same as Sony).

It does report aperture, gain, shutter speed for Panasonic camcorder video files (.m2ts).
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You were the inspiration for this Mark, believe it or not. I can customize the registry settings if you see anything you want added.
For example, here's the full information for a Panasonic GH2 file (I stripped out some of the file time info):
ExifTool Version Number : 9.28
File Name : 00005.mts
Directory : .
File Size : 613 MB
File Modification Date/Time : 2012:11:29 23:23:06-05:00
File Access Date/Time : 2012:11:30 01:30:37-05:00
File Creation Date/Time : 2012:11:29 23:23:06-05:00
File Permissions : rw-rw-rw-
File Type : M2TS
MIME Type : video/m2ts
Video Stream Type : H.264 Video
Audio Stream Type : A52/AC-3 Audio
Audio Bitrate : 192 kbps
Surround Mode : Not indicated
Audio Channels : 2
Date/Time Original : 2012:11:29 22:23:06+00:00
Make : Panasonic
Audio Sample Rate : 48000
Duration : 0:05:09

Here's full info from a Sony a57:

ExifTool Version Number : 9.28
File Name : 00019.mts
Directory : .
File Size : 169 MB
File Modification Date/Time : 2012:07:04 20:45:56-04:00
File Access Date/Time : 2012:07:05 02:23:45-04:00
File Creation Date/Time : 2012:07:04 20:45:03-04:00
File Permissions : rw-rw-rw-
File Type : M2TS
MIME Type : video/m2ts
Video Stream Type : H.264 Video
Audio Stream Type : A52/AC-3 Audio
Audio Bitrate : 256 kbps
Surround Mode : Not indicated
Audio Channels : 2
Image Width : 1920
Image Height : 1080
Date/Time Original : 2012:07:04 20:45:02-04:00
Aperture Setting : Auto
Gain : 18 dB
Exposure Program : Manual
White Balance : Auto
Image Stabilization : On (0x3f)
Exposure Time : 1/30
F Number : 2
Make : Sony
Camera Model Name : SLT-A57
Audio Sample Rate : 48000
Duration : 0:00:53
Aperture : 2.0
Image Size : 1920x1080
Shutter Speed : 1/30
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Looks like I left out "Camera Model Name". Give me about 2 minutes and I'll update the zip file with a new .mts reg file.
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But, see the Panasonic video file does not have aperture, gain or shutter speed info, while the Sony does. Not your fault, but Panasonic seems to have placed this information somewhere else in the files from their cameras.
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Ok it's fixed. Try the mts file again.
Instead of downloading the zip again, you can just navigate the registry and make this change:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\SystemFileAssociations\.mts\Shell\FileInfo\Command]
@="\"C:\\Windows\\EXIFTOOL.exe\" \"%1\" -S -pause"


So the default command will now be C:\Windows\EXIFTOOL.exe" "%1" -S -pause
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But, see the Panasonic video file does not have aperture, gain or shutter speed info, while the Sony does. Not your fault, but Panasonic seems to have placed this information somewhere else in the files from their cameras.

You're right Mark the Panny files don't. Shrug.
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