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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by taat2d, Jul 16, 2008.
Can someone PLEASE tell me where it shows the shutter clicks when I use Opanda.
ALLLLLLLLLL the way down near the bottom under (MakerNote)
Ok I just loaded up an image, and looked all the way down the page and there is nothing that says Maker/Note, nor is there anything that gives me the shutter count.
Any chance you can post the image (wonder if the exif data is listed differently between camera models)
mine was off an image straight out of my old D50
^ yeah that
Then pull the slider for the Entry field way right - by default it only shows Total Number o
Here's a recent image.
there's no exif data in that image (when I saved it to my desktop)
was there any post production done to it after it came out of the camera?
take the original file straight from the camera and put it in opanda
Opanda doesn't open RAW images?
PhotoME does raw!
hmm I'm at a loss then....I don't shoot RAW
you could change the camera settings to JPG - take one shot and change your settings back
then toss that JPG in opanda
shoot a jpeg Joe
and load it in Opanda...it will show down near the bottom
processed RAW images won't show it
Here you go.
Opanda will do RAW files, but not the free version, you need the "Pro" version to read EXIF on RAW files.
This should clear up some confusion.:smile:
It doesn't have to do with processing raw images.
if one 'saves for the web' that strips out all EXIF to make a smaller file.
Below is a picture processed from RAW, converted to 8 bit, converted to sRGB and then Saved As JPG
All the EXIF is still in place.
That is clip of Opanda viewer of this file.
I was talking shutter count Lew, not all the EXIF data
which is OP question
and , unless I'm stupid, which may be, I don't see the shutter count
Sorry, I was just responding to the 'can't get info from raw file' response.
Shutter actuations are available from PhotoShop
Click on File on the top left corner.
Click on File Info (not shown here)
On popup, click on Advanced (last item) and then expand the 4th item from the "tree." Aux Image Number is the shutter actuation count for that particular image.