You can easily create the necessary file for exif command tool:
In IE export a newly formatted file as: eventId X Y Z Heading
Then edit that file and add a header line as:
IMAGE_NAME_OFFSET, POINT_X, POINT_Y, POINT_Z, HEADING, IMAGE_PATH_OFFSET
Now open the same file in Excel.
Use the contents of column A to create the IMAGE_PATH_OFFSET. This will be different for each of the images you extract using LadybugCapPro.
Now use the Exif command in the Ladybug program.
The Exif command was, in fact, added for one client.
If you have an events file as such:
``` OBJECTID,Field1,Field2,Field3,Field4,Field5,Field6,Field7,Field8,Field9,Field10,Image_Number_Offset,Image_Name_Offset,Image_Path_Offset,POINT_X,POINT_Y,POINT_Z,Heading 1,573,,148264.1844,1905,643640.803,1453516.46,237.612,2.03631,-2.811892,117.623732,573,LB_0_000573.jpg,I:\Schenectady071216\Ladybug\GeoRef\LB_0_000573.jpg,-73.93520651,42.82180429,237.612,117.623732 2,574,,148264.6842,1905,643627.981,1453509.504,237.655,3.019734,-2.492114,110.115842,574,LB_0_000574.jpg,I:\Schenectady071216\Ladybug\GeoRef\LB_0_000574.jpg,-73.93525448,42.82178544,237.655,110.115842
``` With these important fields:
IMAGE_NAME_OFFSET POINT_X POINT_Y POINT_Z HEADING IMAGE_PATH_OFFSET
The program will read those columns of data and generate an exif*.bat file.
It will then run the exif command on each entry.
You can create such a file by exporting the data in IE and then simply editing it.