Within Windows XP, can a user sort pictures by ISO Speed and Shutter speed

Discussion in 'Digital SLR' started by Ziggs, Apr 28, 2007.

  1. Ziggs

    Ziggs Guest

    When selecting the "Choose Details" within folder options in Windows
    XP, I see that I can display by some limited photo data, "Camera
    Model", etc, but I can't sort by "ISO speed" or "Shutter Speed." Can
    this be done within XP so that I don't have to install another
    program?

    TIA
     
    Ziggs, Apr 28, 2007
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  2. Not that I have been able to find but that's usually because unless your image
    editing software is capable of retaining the EXIF data saved in your Jpeg files,
    the ISO and/or Shutter Speed information might be getting removed.
     
    Dairenn Lombard, Apr 28, 2007
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  3. Ziggs

    Ziggs Guest

    Not sure what your saying, but the info that I'm trying to display is
    available when I right mouse click on photo --> click properties -->
    click Summary tab --> click advanced. Since the info that I want to
    sort by is available, I would like to do that if possible.
     
    Ziggs, Apr 28, 2007
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  4. You can sort by any column that you can add to the details view(it would
    have taken only a quick test to find that out btw).
     
    Brian Sullivan, Apr 28, 2007
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    King Sardon Guest

    Not what he asked.

    KS
     
    King Sardon, Apr 28, 2007
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    ben brugman Guest

    In the browser add ISO Speed to your columns and you can sort on that.

    How to add ISO Speed to your columns right click on the columns names,
    a list pops up, if it isn't in the list, then go to the 'extra' or 'more'
    option
    or something called similar and select from that list.

    Although most camera's register the ISO value, not all use the same
    standard, could be that XP can not pick up the ISO speed.

    Ben

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    ben brugman, Apr 28, 2007
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  7. Ziggs

    Ziggs Guest

    Maybe XP can't do it then. I've tried what you've suggested and it
    doesn't register.

    So, is there a free program out there that someone can recommend that
    will do this sort?
     
    Ziggs, Apr 29, 2007
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