@addshore addshore released this Feb 20, 2019

Changes since 0.1

  • Added Version, OS and options to task output
  • Added extra optional debug output
  • Added a dry run mode

Description

The -windows build comes with exiftool packaged and ready to go for Windows users.

If you are on any other OS you may as well use the regular version.

Release blog post & instructions: https://addshore.com/2019/02/add-exif-data-back-to-facebook-images-0-1/

Tested with https://github.com/addshore/facebook-data-image-exif/tree/master/facebook-example/photos_and_videos

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0.1

@addshore addshore released this Feb 10, 2019 · 16 commits to master since this release

The -windows build comes with exiftool packaged and ready to go for Windows users.

If you are on any other OS you may as well use the regular version.

Release blog post & instructions: https://addshore.com/2019/02/add-exif-data-back-to-facebook-images-0-1/

Tested with https://github.com/addshore/facebook-data-image-exif/tree/master/facebook-example/photos_and_videos

Assets 4

EDIT: this build is still broken, the next one will work properly..... hehe

The -bundle build comes with exiftool packaged and ready to go for Windows users.
If you are on any other OS you may as well use the non -bundle version.

Both still have the issue of the UI locking up while running, but they should still process your files.
(You can try this by just copying a single small album and have it run over that)
Tested with https://github.com/addshore/facebook-data-image-exif/tree/master/facebook-example/photos_and_videos

If you want a version that actually works properly it will have to wait for me to take a look at it this weekend.

Thanks to https://addshore.com/2018/03/cambridge-analytics-deletefacebook-adding-exif-data-back/#comment-293 for poking me to work on this some more.

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