Convert EXIF Time to 12 Hour Format

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#1 : 06/05-14 04:39
Ron
Ron
Posts: 1
Is there a way I can rename files according to Date and Time with the Time Set in 12 Hour Format? It would be helpful if there are extra parameters for the <Img Hour> tag so you can set it in 12 or 24 hour formats... like <Img Hour:12> or <Img Hour:24> for example.

e.g. January 01 2014 4:15 PM instead of 01-01-2014 16:15


06/05-14 04:39 - edited 06/05-14 04:40
#2 : 06/05-14 07:34
Stefan
Stefan
Posts: 264
Reply to #1:

This can be done by a JavaScript search&replace.

Please post five of your real file names...




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06/05-14 07:34
#3 : 08/05-14 21:47
Kim Jensen
Kim Jensen
Administrator
Posts: 799
Reply to #1:
I am not a big fan of the 12-hour clock. Usually when people rename by time it is to support better sorting by filename. When sorting filenames based on a 12-hour clock, the time 5 PM will be sorted between 4 AM and 6 AM which is usually not what most people want.
I have no immediate plans to introduce a 12-hour clock format in Advanced Renamer at the moment.


08/05-14 21:47