[ESIP-all] A silly question that I hope some of you can answer!
Mattmann, Chris A (1761)
Chris.A.Mattmann at jpl.nasa.gov
Mon Nov 19 21:44:32 EST 2018
I haven’t noticed that EXIF metadata is lost in general – only with respect to social media data
and it getting scrubbed, but not in science.
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Subject: [ESIP-all] A silly question that I hope some of you can answer!
Are there any metadata standards for where a camera image is pointing? X degrees off North, tilted by so much, looking at something Y far away. EXIF has some of this; but EXIF metadata is generally lost when tools are used to look at the image. Any ideas? I was thinking the drone cluster might know of something, or maybe documentation or… or… or…
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