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Bug 343093 - date shift of some images
date shift of some images
Product: f-spot
Classification: Other
Component: General
Other All
: Normal enhancement
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Assigned To: F-spot maintainers
F-spot maintainers
Depends on:
Reported: 2006-05-27 10:57 UTC by Michele Tameni
Modified: 2018-07-12 00:00 UTC
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GNOME target: ---
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Description Michele Tameni 2006-05-27 10:57:36 UTC
when you try to import many photos of the same event but taken by more than one
photocamera is usefull the possibility to set a specific date shift o time shift
to that photos for make omogeneus the datetime on all the images.
also it can be usefull for correct bad exif datetime on already imported photo.

this is a features that missing in all photo management program but i think that
is a must!

sorry for my english.

michele tameni

Other information:
Comment 1 Bengt Thuree 2006-05-29 03:52:44 UTC
This one could be accomplished by
1) Select the last import session(s) (bug #321770).
2) Changing the date/time on selected photos.

Should not matter which camera you are using, they all should have correct time stamp.
1) Camera do not support EXIF
2) Camera time is wrong
3) Camera has another timezone's time.

All three would be fixable by selecting the Last Import Session.

Some clarification questions:
* Importing from folder location, or directly from camera?
* Bad exif - 0000:00:00, or missing, or simply wrong timestamp (hours/days of)

I am changing this to enhancement request in the mean time.
Would like to get some clarification as per my questions/suggestion above, to keep it. 
Comment 2 André Klapper 2018-07-12 00:00:38 UTC
F-Spot has moved to

If this Bugzilla ticket is still valid in a recent version of F-Spot, please feel free to post this topic as a ticket in the F-Spot project on GitHub.

Closing this report as WONTFIX as part of Bugzilla Housekeeping as we are planning to shut down GNOME Bugzilla in favor of GNOME Gitlab.