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lay9eggs
12-30-2015, 08:48 AM
Hi,
How do I get a detailed Exif such as the one I paste below? When I tried to get Exif of an image on my Mac, it only showed simplified information. What I really need is "Image Unique ID" (shown below) for checking camera actuation. Thanks for your help.



CFA Pattern: 0, 1, 1, 2
Date Time Digitized: 2013:02:24 12:59:51
Digital Zoom Ratio: 0
Exif Version: 2.2
Exposure Bias Value: 0.332
Exposure Mode: Manual exposure
Exposure Program: Manual
Exposure Time: 1 / 250
File Source: DSC
Flash: Flash did not fire
Focal Length: 50
Focal Length In 35mm Film: 50
Image Unique ID: 00000000000000000000000000004fec
ISO Speed Ratings: 200
Light Source: unknown
Max Aperture Value: 1
Metering Mode: CenterWeightedAverage
Scene Capture Type: Standard
Scene Type: A directly photographed image
Shutter Speed Value: 8
White Balance: Auto white balance

techiesteve
12-30-2015, 09:48 AM
Open your image in Preview, then select Tools, then Show Inspector and view the Exif tab.

My last photo shows...


Nikon D7100
16.0-85.0 mm f/3.5-5.6
ƒ/6.3 50.0 mm 1/100 800 Flash (off, did not fire) Hide EXIF
Make - NIKON CORPORATION
Orientation - Horizontal (normal)
X-Resolution - 72 dpi
Y-Resolution - 72 dpi
Software - Adobe Photoshop CS6 (Macintosh)
Date and Time (Modified) - 2015:12:29 20:45:13
ISO Speed - 800
Sensitivity Type - Recommended Exposure Index
Exif Version - 0221
Date and Time (Original) - 2015:12:26 12:24:31
Date and Time (Digitized) - 2015:12:26 12:24:31
Exposure Bias - 0 EV
Max Aperture Value - 5.1
Metering Mode - Multi-segment
Light Source - Unknown
Sub Sec Time - 70
Sub Sec Time Original - 70
Sub Sec Time Digitized - 70
Color Space - sRGB
Focal Plane X-Resolution - 2558.641205
Focal Plane Y-Resolution - 2558.641205
Focal Plane Resolution Unit - cm
Sensing Method - One-chip color area
File Source - Digital Camera
Scene Type - Directly photographed
CFAPattern - [Red,Green][Green,Blue]
Custom Rendered - Normal
Exposure Mode - Auto
White Balance - Auto
Digital Zoom Ratio - 1
Focal Length (35mm format) - 75 mm
Scene Capture Type - Standard
Gain Control - Low gain up
Contrast - Normal
Saturation - Normal
Sharpness - Normal
Subject Distance Range - Unknown
Lens Info - 16-85mm f/3.5-5.6
Lens Model - 16.0-85.0 mm f/3.5-5.6
Compression - JPEG (old-style)
Thumbnail Offset - 1042
Thumbnail Length - 9632
Coded Character Set - UTF8
Application Record Version - 0
Date Created - 2015:12:26
Time Created - 12:24:31+00:00
IPTCDigest - b77928132315ac7f7da31664fb850f2e
Displayed Units X - inches
Displayed Units Y - inches
Global Angle - 30
Global Altitude - 30
Photoshop Thumbnail - (Binary data 9632 bytes, use -b option to extract)
Photoshop Quality - 12
Photoshop Format - Standard
Progressive Scans - 3 Scans
XMPToolkit - Adobe XMP Core 5.3-c011 66.145661, 2012/02/06-14:56:27
Creator Tool - Ver.1.01
Rating - 0
Metadata Date - 2015:12:29 20:45:13Z
Lens ID - 153
Image Number - 34151
Approximate Focus Distance - 0.71
Color Mode - RGB
ICCProfile Name - sRGB IEC61966-2.1
Document ID - xmp.did:acd9ff3e-8a93-4502-aa81-68a237207f18
Original Document ID - 8CE7AD79DD8A65FF37935E33E988CA43
Instance ID - xmp.iid:5AC61B2C472368118A6DAE16ABB99E73
History Action - saved
History Instance ID - xmp.iid:b929f94f-e092-4b99-b726-de07e5a19754
History When - 2015:12:26 17:59:23Z
History Software Agent - Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw 8.7.1 (Macintosh)
History Changed - /metadata
History Parameters - converted from image/x-nikon-nef to image/tiff
Derived From Instance ID - xmp.iid:57C61B2C472368118A6DAE16ABB99E73
Derived From Document ID - xmp.did:acd9ff3e-8a93-4502-aa81-68a237207f18
Derived From Original Document ID - 8CE7AD79DD8A65FF37935E33E988CA43
Format - image/jpeg
Viewing Cond Illuminant - 19.6445 20.3718 16.8089
Viewing Cond Surround - 3.92889 4.07439 3.36179
Viewing Conditions Illuminant Type - D50
Measurement Observer - CIE 1931
Measurement Backing - 0 0 0
Measurement Geometry - Unknown (0)
Measurement Flare - 0.999%
Measurement Illuminant - D65
DCTEncode Version - 100
APP14 Flags0 - [14]
APP14 Flags1 - (none)
Color Transform - YCbCr
Camera ID - 72157632833409356
Camera Type - Digital SLR
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From the above I can see my camera has had 34151 shutter activations.

lay9eggs
12-30-2015, 10:58 AM
Open your image in Preview, then select Tools, then Show Inspector and view the Exif tab.

My last photo shows...


Nikon D7100
16.0-85.0 mm f/3.5-5.6
/6.3 50.0 mm 1/100 800 Flash (off, did not fire) Hide EXIF
Make - NIKON CORPORATION
Orientation - Horizontal (normal)
X-Resolution - 72 dpi
Y-Resolution - 72 dpi
Software - Adobe Photoshop CS6 (Macintosh)
Date and Time (Modified) - 2015:12:29 20:45:13
ISO Speed - 800
Sensitivity Type - Recommended Exposure Index
Exif Version - 0221
Date and Time (Original) - 2015:12:26 12:24:31
Date and Time (Digitized) - 2015:12:26 12:24:31
Exposure Bias - 0 EV
Max Aperture Value - 5.1
Metering Mode - Multi-segment
Light Source - Unknown
Sub Sec Time - 70
Sub Sec Time Original - 70
Sub Sec Time Digitized - 70
Color Space - sRGB
Focal Plane X-Resolution - 2558.641205
Focal Plane Y-Resolution - 2558.641205
Focal Plane Resolution Unit - cm
Sensing Method - One-chip color area
File Source - Digital Camera
Scene Type - Directly photographed
CFAPattern - [Red,Green][Green,Blue]
Custom Rendered - Normal
Exposure Mode - Auto
White Balance - Auto
Digital Zoom Ratio - 1
Focal Length (35mm format) - 75 mm
Scene Capture Type - Standard
Gain Control - Low gain up
Contrast - Normal
Saturation - Normal
Sharpness - Normal
Subject Distance Range - Unknown
Lens Info - 16-85mm f/3.5-5.6
Lens Model - 16.0-85.0 mm f/3.5-5.6
Compression - JPEG (old-style)
Thumbnail Offset - 1042
Thumbnail Length - 9632
Coded Character Set - UTF8
Application Record Version - 0
Date Created - 2015:12:26
Time Created - 12:24:31+00:00
IPTCDigest - b77928132315ac7f7da31664fb850f2e
Displayed Units X - inches
Displayed Units Y - inches
Global Angle - 30
Global Altitude - 30
Photoshop Thumbnail - (Binary data 9632 bytes, use -b option to extract)
Photoshop Quality - 12
Photoshop Format - Standard
Progressive Scans - 3 Scans
XMPToolkit - Adobe XMP Core 5.3-c011 66.145661, 2012/02/06-14:56:27
Creator Tool - Ver.1.01
Rating - 0
Metadata Date - 2015:12:29 20:45:13Z
Lens ID - 153
Image Number - 34151
Approximate Focus Distance - 0.71
Color Mode - RGB
ICCProfile Name - sRGB IEC61966-2.1
Document ID - xmp.did:acd9ff3e-8a93-4502-aa81-68a237207f18
Original Document ID - 8CE7AD79DD8A65FF37935E33E988CA43
Instance ID - xmp.iid:5AC61B2C472368118A6DAE16ABB99E73
History Action - saved
History Instance ID - xmp.iid:b929f94f-e092-4b99-b726-de07e5a19754
History When - 2015:12:26 17:59:23Z
History Software Agent - Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw 8.7.1 (Macintosh)
History Changed - /metadata
History Parameters - converted from image/x-nikon-nef to image/tiff
Derived From Instance ID - xmp.iid:57C61B2C472368118A6DAE16ABB99E73
Derived From Document ID - xmp.did:acd9ff3e-8a93-4502-aa81-68a237207f18
Derived From Original Document ID - 8CE7AD79DD8A65FF37935E33E988CA43
Format - image/jpeg
Viewing Cond Illuminant - 19.6445 20.3718 16.8089
Viewing Cond Surround - 3.92889 4.07439 3.36179
Viewing Conditions Illuminant Type - D50
Measurement Observer - CIE 1931
Measurement Backing - 0 0 0
Measurement Geometry - Unknown (0)
Measurement Flare - 0.999%
Measurement Illuminant - D65
DCTEncode Version - 100
APP14 Flags0 - [14]
APP14 Flags1 - (none)
Color Transform - YCbCr
Camera ID - 72157632833409356
Camera Type - Digital SLR
Add this photo to your map

From the above I can see my camera has had 34151 shutter activations.

Yes, now I got it. Thank you so much:)

Dittoman1
12-30-2015, 11:20 AM
My Preview is nt working, its icon is on bottom shelf, when I go to application, its missing

chscag
12-30-2015, 03:09 PM
My Preview is nt working, its icon is on bottom shelf, when I go to application, its missing

What happens if you click on the Applications icon in your dock (not bottom shelf, it's called the "dock")? Do you see the Preview application there? If it's not in the Applications folder you may have moved it somewhere else. Preview can not be deleted as it's a protected system application.

Dittoman1
12-30-2015, 05:21 PM
What happens if you click on the Applications icon in your dock (not bottom shelf, it's called the "dock")? Do you see the Preview application there? If it's not in the Applications folder you may have moved it somewhere else. Preview can not be deleted as it's a protected system application.

Yes its on the dock but not in application folder in finder, found it and when click, its not working, I left click it and click Quick Look Preview, it open but thats it cannot click on it

chas_m
12-30-2015, 06:41 PM
Don't put Applications anywhere but in the Application folder. Move Preview from wherever you put it to the Application folder.

Dittoman1
12-31-2015, 10:12 AM
Don't put Applications anywhere but in the Application folder. Move Preview from wherever you put it to the Application folder.

OK, I did what you said, I left click and click Remove from Dock expect it to be put back to Application folder. Went to application folder and tried clicking Review and does nt work. went to Edit trying to undo but could nt so where would it go??

Dittoman1
12-31-2015, 01:29 PM
Anyone??

Slydude
12-31-2015, 01:51 PM
I have a couple of questions that I haven't seen in the thread yet. Ignore me if you have answered them and I missed it somehow.

1. You mentioned that you have Preview in the Applications folder and it is not working. Is it in the main Application folder with most/all of the other applications or is it in a folder by itself or just a few things?
2. If you single click Preview and press command i an info window appears. In the name and extension section of that window is the extension listed as .app or is it something else?

Dittoman1
12-31-2015, 02:23 PM
I have a couple of questions that I haven't seen in the thread yet. Ignore me if you have answered them and I missed it somehow.

1. You mentioned that you have Preview in the Applications folder and it is not working. Is it in the main Application folder with most/all of the other applications or is it in a folder by itself or just a few things?
2. If you single click Preview and press command i an info window appears. In the name and extension section of that window is the extension listed as .app or is it something else?

Yes its in folder with all applications.Single click holding command doesn't do anything

chscag
12-31-2015, 05:44 PM
Let's look for Preview. Click on the magnifying glass in the upper top right corner of your screen. That's called "Spotlight". When it opens, type in Preview.app and press return. If Preview is anywhere on your Mac Spotlight will find it and open it for you. It will also tell you where it is.

chas_m
12-31-2015, 05:49 PM
"Remove from Dock" does not magically return applications back to the Applications folder. That's just a shortcut, not the actual app. Locate where you moved the actual Preview app, and put it back in the Applications folder where it belongs.

Dittoman1
12-31-2015, 07:16 PM
Let's look for Preview. Click on the magnifying glass in the upper top right corner of your screen. That's called "Spotlight". When it opens, type in Preview.app and press return. If Preview is anywhere on your Mac Spotlight will find it and open it for you. It will also tell you where it is.

Magnifying shows No Results?? damn I could not find it anywhere

chas_m
12-31-2015, 07:18 PM
If spotlight does not see any application called "preview," you have deleted it. That is going to be very difficult to fix.

chscag
12-31-2015, 08:07 PM
I believe chas_m is correct, although I don't know how you may have accidentally deleted it? Regardless of how it disappeared, you will need to reinstall OS X in order to get Preview back. Which version of OS X are you currently using?

Slydude
12-31-2015, 09:46 PM
Something is off kilter a bit here. I didn't think it was possible to delete Preview. Isn't it, much like Safari, highly integrated into the OS.

Dittoman1
01-01-2016, 08:31 AM
If spotlight does not see any application called "preview," you have deleted it. That is going to be very difficult to fix.

I don't think I did so anyway thought it cannot be deleted

Dittoman1
01-01-2016, 08:33 AM
I believe chas_m is correct, although I don't know how you may have accidentally deleted it? Regardless of how it disappeared, you will need to reinstall OS X in order to get Preview back. Which version of OS X are you currently using?

El Capitan 10.11.2

chscag
01-01-2016, 03:39 PM
If you're sure that Preview is missing and deleted, then as I stated above, you'll need to reinstall El Capitan to get it back. You need to download and install the El Capitan combo update. It includes all you need and will not erase or remove any of your data. Download it from Apple here (https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1850?locale=en_US).

Dittoman1
01-01-2016, 05:03 PM
OKI found Review in iCloud that is working. Want to know how to restore Review when I don't see restore button on iCloud

chscag
01-01-2016, 07:01 PM
Not sure I understand? You found your Preview.app in iCloud or did you see a Preview folder? They are not the same which means that your Preview app could still be missing.

Dittoman1
01-01-2016, 07:24 PM
Not sure I understand? You found your Preview.app in iCloud or did you see a Preview folder? They are not the same which means that your Preview app could still be missing.

Yes its Preview folder so the apps is missing, so I have to wait for update to fix it...right??

chscag
01-01-2016, 07:28 PM
Yes, as I stated above. Download the El Capitan combo update and install it.

Dittoman1
01-02-2016, 11:57 AM
Chscag , I download OX to be reinstall, Can I reinstall out right or do I have to do Command and Hold R to install, Explain Pls
Thanks
I went ahead to reinstall using recovery and reinstall OX, then it connects me to apple store and download OX again. I just download the link you gave me above. Why is that, I download it to DiskImageMounter . Should recovery look to see it its in my file before direct to apple store??

chscag
01-02-2016, 03:09 PM
You should be able to install the combo update direct without having to use command plus r. Did you try that?

Dittoman1
01-02-2016, 05:11 PM
Thanks Chscag for all your efforts, also Slydude. Got the Preview working ok