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Old Today, 02:05 AM   #7861
etienne
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Thanks for exiv2-0.27.4.

Could you add the flag
Code:
-DEXIV2_ENABLE_BMFF=ON
in the SlackBuild in order to be able for exiv2 to read these kind of files (like the CR3 raw format from Canon) ?

I also had to recompile digikam after exiv2 to be able to see the EXIF data for these kind of files.

Thx.
 
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Thanks for exiv2-0.27.4.

Could you add the flag
Code:
-DEXIV2_ENABLE_BMFF=ON
in the SlackBuild in order to be able for exiv2 to read these kind of files (like the CR3 raw format from Canon) ?

I also had to recompile digikam after exiv2 to be able to see the EXIF data for these kind of files.

Thx.
I was just going to post the same thing. I need it for Darktable (from SBo) to read EXIF data in Canon CR3 files.
 
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