- App::CopyrightImage API
- LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT
App::CopyrightImage - Easily add Copyright information to your images
Modified copy of images will be placed into a new
ci directory within the directory you specify. If no directory is specified, we'll create it in the current working directory. All new images will be prefixed with
# set copyright imgcopyright -i picture.jpg -n "Steve Bertrand" -e "email@example.com" # all pics in a directory imgcopyright -i /home/user/Pictures -n "Steve Bertrand" # find images without copyright info imgcopyright -i /home/user/Pictures -c # specify an alternate output directory imgcopyright -i /home/user/Pictures -n "steve" -d ~/mypics # replace a previous copyright imgcopyright -i picture.jpg -n "steve" -f
imgcopyright application allows you to add copyright information to the EXIF data within image files. It also allows you to check images for missing copyright info and remove info.
It works on individual files, as well as recurses (top-level only) of a supplied directory.
It does NOT modify the original file (except for
remove). We create a subdirectory named
ci in whatever path you specify (current working directory if a path is not sent in), and we then take a copy of each original file, modify it, prefix the filename with a
ci_, and place it into the new
Mandatory in all cases.
Name of a single image file, or a directory containing image files. In the case of a directory, we'll iterate over the top level, and work on all image files found.
Mandatory, unless using
This is the name that will be used in the copyright string for the
Copyright EXIF tag, as well as the
This is appended to the
--name when populating the
Creator EXIF tag if it is sent in.
Checks for missing
Creator EXIF tags in the image(s) sent in with the
By default, we use the directory sent in with
--image (current working directory if a path isn't provided), and put all modified images in a new
ci directory under it.
Send in a directory path with this option and we'll put the image files there instead.
WARNING: This option DOES edit the original file, and does not make a copy first.
Removes copyright EXIF information for files sent in with
By default, if an image already has EXIF copyright information, we skip over it and do nothing. Set this option to overwrite any found copyright info.
imgcopyright by default.
Sets up various configurations, and then executes the EXIF changes to images sent in.
We set the
Copyright EXIF tag to
Copyright (C) YEAR by NAME, where
YEAR is auto-generated, and
NAME is sent in as an option (see below).
We also set the
Creator EXIF tag to
NAME (EMAIL). If
Returns a hash reference with the following keys:
fail. Each key contains an array reference. The former contains a list of the image names that succeeded, and the latter, a list of image names that failed.
A string containing either an image filename (including full path if not local), or the name of a directory containing images. If the value is a directory, we'll operate on all images in that dir.
We will, by default, create a new sub-directory named
ci in the directory found in the value, and if the directory is current working directory, we'll create the sub directory there.
All updated images will be copied into the new
ci directory with the same filename, with a <C>ci_</c> prepended to it.
We won't make any changes, we'll simply check all images specified with the
image option, and if they are missing either
Creator EXIF data, we'll print this information to
A string containing the name you want associated with the copyright notice. It will be used in both the
Creator EXIF tags.
A string containing the email address of the copyright holder. This will be included in the
Creator EXIF tag if sent in.
A string containing the name of a directory to be used to store the manipulated images. By default, we use the path sent in with the
Bool. If set, we'll remove all copyright information on the image(s).
Bool. If set, if an image already has copyright information set, we'll overwrite it. By default we skip these files.
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Copyright 2016,2017,2018 Steve Bertrand.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License.
See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.