imsync is a console application that puts collections of image and movie files and related files on a common time basis by adjusting their file system modification timestamps appropriately, and can geotag image and movie files based on location information read from GPX files.
imsync is written in the Perl 5 language and uses the Image::Exiftool module.
Summary user documentation is available by executing
If Perl is installed on your system already, then you can
obtain imsync via
PATH environment variable.
If you cannot use cpanm or don't have Perl installed, and if you're on Microsoft Windows, then you can download imsync-1.2.zip from the current website. The imsync.exe executable is packed in a zip file because many browsers don't like it when you download executables directly. Checksums of the zip file:
I created the executable from the Perl script using the PAR Packager (pp). The executable includes the Perl script, all necessary Perl modules, and a Perl interpreter. A new version of imsync takes a few seconds to start up the first time because it is then unpacking the script, modules, and interpreter to a temporary cache on your system (possibly %TEMP%\par-HASH1\cache-HASH2 where HASH1 and HASH2 stand for hexadecimal hash values that are unique for each user [HASH1] and application version [HASH2]). Subsequent runs reuse the cache, so then there is no more delay for unpacking.
The software is available at
You can contact me via GitHub or metacpan, or find my email
address at the end of the output of
Louis Strous, 2018