Addon:Image Metadata Gramplet
This is a Third-party plugin. Please treat this as anything else of value to you, use carefully on data that is not backed up, and help make it better by reporting any comments or problems to the author.
Special Note: Before being able to use this gramplet/ addon, you will need to download and install pyexiv2 from its website or install pyexiv2 from your local Linux repository. Windows user, there is an installer for you.
The Image Metadata Gramplet offers an easy interface to add, edit, and remove Image Exif Metadata from your images (*.jpg, *.png. *.tiff, *.exv, *.nef, *.psd, *.pgf).
Once you have installed pyexiv2, see above for directions to download and install this addon...
My perferred way to use this addon is:
1) install pyexiv2
2) Install this addon
3)) Install Split Views
4) Restart Gramps
5) Click on Split Views from the left-side Navigation Sidebar
6) Click Views from the Menu bar, and select Media Views
7) Close the right side Views by clicking the X
8) Slide the available empty right view to about half the screen.
9) Right click in the open space, and select Add a gramplet
10) Select Image Metadata Gramplet
11) Select an image from the left hand Media View
The name of the person or company taking the image
Will bring up a calendar, and double-click on a date. The time will be filled in as the current time
The Date/ Time needs to be typed in as a very specific format:
Year Mon Day Hour:Minutes:Seconds
11826 Apr 12 14:06:00
Can be anything that you please... Ex: (C) 2010 Smith and Wesson
Please enter keywords that describe the picture. Do NOT add a space after the comma. Ex. : Census,Milwaukee,Oregon
Latitude/ Longitude data can be entered in one of two ways:
1) Degrees Minutes Seconds Ex.: 10 59 14
In this format, you will need to select latitude reference, and longitude reference
If the Latitude begins with a negative number, select 'S' as Lat. Ref. or 'N' if a positive number. If the Longitude begins with a negative number, select 'W' as the Long. Ref. or 'E' if a positive number.
2) Decimal, Ex. : -34.15954
In this format, the Latitude and Longitude reference will be selected for you after you click Convert GPS Coordinates or press the Save button. For foreign countries that might use a ", " instead of a ".", please use the "."
Type in something about the image, the people in it or the location of the image. Non-latin characters are NOT allowed. ASCII characters only...
Will write the metadata to the image, and convert latitude/ longitude if it is in decimal format.
Will clear all data fields
3) Convert GPS Coordinates
will convert Latitude/ Longitude if it is in decimal format
My favorite source for GPS Coordinates is: GPS Visualizer
--Rob 06:55, 29 March 2010 (UTC)