does anybody know, how I can see the Exif data of a video?
If there are any! In View NX I find only very basic Infomation, name, date, size and lense used,
but no aperture, AF, ISo.........
#2. "RE: Are there Exif data of a video?" | In response to Reply # 1willif Registered since 22nd Oct 2010Mon 15-Nov-10 04:13 PM
what are single frame shots?
The ones you can generate in the camera? I never tried this.
To bad, that they also don't have the exif data, page 66 of the manual talks about that they lack some categories of photo information.
#3. "RE: Are there Exif data of a video?" | In response to Reply # 2Chris Ross Leong Registered since 18th Nov 2010Thu 09-Dec-10 05:56 PM | edited Thu 09-Dec-10 05:56 PM by Chris Ross Leong
This about EXIF from Wiki:
"Exchangeable image file format (Exif) is a specification for the image file format used by digital cameras. The specification uses the existing JPEG, TIFF Rev. 6.0, and RIFF WAV file formats, with the addition of specific metadata tags.
It is not supported in JPEG 2000, PNG, or GIF."
And also, presumably, not in the H264 Quicktime mov file format either.
Don't know as this helps much - most of the higher end video cameras have some kind of modifier setup in their file formats to take clip metadata. That usually goes with some kind of laptop/pc program to view the clip and also mess with (edit, sorry) the metadata.
Don't know how this particular feature would be lucrative enough for Nikon to want to fold in the additional R&D/implementation costs into the existing setup, unless they were going for the DSLR video market in a big way.
Which might well happen, especially if someone from Nikon is reading this forum and taking notice!