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In response to a colorful description of these autostart features, I found the following commands to disable Photos to have worked for my troubles with camera SD cards: defaults -currentHost write disableHotPlug -bool YES defaults -currentHost write disableHotPlug -bool YES


If Exiv2 is not able to extract relevant meta data, it could be that data doesn't exist. Not every photographer adds his or her name or general tags to their photos, however much of the default information should be there. Their website provides clear examples on how to use their software. Try using the -pt command like this: $ exiv2 -pt img_1771.jpg The ...


Since I stumbled across this while trying to answer the same question I'll add another great solution I found: Bad Peggy Usage From the menu select File > Scan and then use the file dialog to browse to the folder in which the images are located. The program will then start scanning the folder and all subfolders for images (.jpg, .png, .bmp, .gif). If ...

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