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Fuji98
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Extract exif data from image with Power Automate Desktop

Hello, I want to extract extract exif data (ISO, Keywords, shutter speed, Date taken, software, etc.) from a JPG that is stored on my PC. I already used the "Get Files from Folder", but that just provides the general properties data. I want to get the details in properties, which contain the exif data. Any ideas? Thanks!

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VJR
Multi Super User
Multi Super User

For individual image file and specific records copy paste the below code into a blank Flow editor.

Change the file path in the Set variable (first line).

Run the Flow to see the output.

SET FullFilePath TO $'''D:\\Test\\P1000231.JPG'''
File.GetPathPart File: FullFilePath Directory=> Directory FileName=> FileName
Scripting.RunVBScript VBScriptCode: $'''Dim oAppShell, oFolder, output,i
    
    Set objFso = CreateObject(\"Scripting.FileSystemObject\")
    Set oAppShell = CreateObject(\"Shell.Application\")
    
    varFolderPath = \"%Directory%\"
    Set oFolder = oAppShell.Namespace(varFolderPath)
    
    
    File = \"%FileName%\"
    output = oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),0) & \"|\"
    output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),1)  & \"|\"   
    output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),30) & \"|\"   
    output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),32)  
   
   WScript.Echo output''' ScriptOutput=> VBScriptOutput
Text.SplitText.SplitWithDelimiter Text: VBScriptOutput CustomDelimiter: $'''|''' IsRegEx: False Result=> TextList
Display.ShowMessageDialog.ShowMessage Message: $'''The camera model is: %TextList[2]%''' Icon: Display.Icon.None Buttons: Display.Buttons.OK DefaultButton: Display.DefaultButton.Button1 IsTopMost: False ButtonPressed=> ButtonPressed

 

The yellow highlighted are the ones where you give the numbers.

Example of 4 different numbers. Add the ones you need and remove others.

Note that the pipe | symbol is not appended to the last one in line no. 14. (use of pipe explained below)

 

VJR_0-1669867250805.png

 

 

The idea is to produce a text output variable separated by a pipe | delimiter.

VJR_1-1669867335081.png

 

And then split using the delimiter. This will give a List variable for each of those numbers

VJR_2-1669867383458.png

Access the individual elements using the notation for instance as %TextList[2]% 

 

VJR_3-1669867472950.png

 

 

(You can even create a customised vbscript function where you just pass the image path and only a single number from PAD and it will return the value of that number. This function can then be called again and again for different numbers in each call.)

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VJR
Multi Super User
Multi Super User

Hi @Fuji98 

These details will have to be retrieved by an external scripting program like vbs, powershell, python or any other.

Here is one in Vbscript.

 

Set the folder path as you would like to. 

VJR_0-1669805187054.png

 

On running the script, the output variable will have all the metadata details of the image.

The ones that are blank are absent for my image.

VJR_1-1669805306015.png

 

There are 321 metadata properties that will be retrieved.

You can choose the ones you want by adding an If condition within the vbscript using the below numbers.

 

  0 Name
  1 Size
  2 Item type
  3 Date modified
  4 Date created
  5 Date accessed
  6 Attributes
  7 Offline status
  8 Availability
  9 Perceived type
 10 Owner
 11 Kind
 12 Date taken
 13 Contributing artists
 14 Album
 15 Year
 16 Genre
 17 Conductors
 18 Tags
 19 Rating
 20 Authors
 21 Title
 22 Subject
 23 Categories
 24 Comments
 25 Copyright
 26 #
 27 Length
 28 Bit rate
 29 Protected
 30 Camera model
 31 Dimensions
 32 Camera maker
 33 Company
 34 File description
 35 Masters keywords
 36 Masters keywords
 42 Program name
 43 Duration
 44 Is online
 45 Is recurring
 46 Location
 47 Optional attendee addresses
 48 Optional attendees
 49 Organizer address
 50 Organizer name
 51 Reminder time
 52 Required attendee addresses
 53 Required attendees
 54 Resources
 55 Meeting status
 56 Free/busy status
 57 Total size
 58 Account name
 60 Task status
 61 Computer
 62 Anniversary
 63 Assistant's name
 64 Assistant's phone
 65 Birthday
 66 Business address
 67 Business city
 68 Business country/region
 69 Business P.O. box
 70 Business postal code
 71 Business state or province
 72 Business street
 73 Business fax
 74 Business home page
 75 Business phone
 76 Callback number
 77 Car phone
 78 Children
 79 Company main phone
 80 Department
 81 E-mail address
 82 E-mail2
 83 E-mail3
 84 E-mail list
 85 E-mail display name
 86 File as
 87 First name
 88 Full name
 89 Gender
 90 Given name
 91 Hobbies
 92 Home address
 93 Home city
 94 Home country/region
 95 Home P.O. box
 96 Home postal code
 97 Home state or province
 98 Home street
 99 Home fax
100 Home phone
101 IM addresses
102 Initials
103 Job title
104 Label
105 Last name
106 Mailing address
107 Middle name
108 Cell phone
109 Nickname
110 Office location
111 Other address
112 Other city
113 Other country/region
114 Other P.O. box
115 Other postal code
116 Other state or province
117 Other street
118 Pager
119 Personal title
120 City
121 Country/region
122 P.O. box
123 Postal code
124 State or province
125 Street
126 Primary e-mail
127 Primary phone
128 Profession
129 Spouse/Partner
130 Suffix
131 TTY/TTD phone
132 Telex
133 Webpage
134 Content status
135 Content type
136 Date acquired
137 Date archived
138 Date completed
139 Device category
140 Connected
141 Discovery method
142 Friendly name
143 Local computer
144 Manufacturer
145 Model
146 Paired
147 Classification
148 Status
149 Status
150 Client ID
151 Contributors
152 Content created
153 Last printed
154 Date last saved
155 Division
156 Document ID
157 Pages
158 Slides
159 Total editing time
160 Word count
161 Due date
162 End date
163 File count
164 File extension
165 Filename
166 File version
167 Flag color
168 Flag status
169 Space free
172 Group
173 Sharing type
174 Bit depth
175 Horizontal resolution
176 Width
177 Vertical resolution
178 Height
179 Importance
180 Is attachment
181 Is deleted
182 Encryption status
183 Has flag
184 Is completed
185 Incomplete
186 Read status
187 Shared
188 Creators
189 Date
190 Folder name
191 Folder path
192 Folder
193 Participants
194 Path
195 By location
196 Type
197 Contact names
198 Entry type
199 Language
200 Date visited
201 Description
202 Link status
203 Link target
204 URL
208 Media created
209 Date released
210 Encoded by
211 Episode number
212 Producers
213 Publisher
214 Season number
215 Subtitle
216 User web URL
217 Writers
219 Attachments
220 Bcc addresses
221 Bcc
222 Cc addresses
223 Cc
224 Conversation ID
225 Date received
226 Date sent
227 From addresses
228 From
229 Has attachments
230 Sender address
231 Sender name
232 Store
233 To addresses
234 To do title
235 To
236 Mileage
237 Album artist
238 Sort album artist
239 Album ID
240 Sort album
241 Sort contributing artists
242 Beats-per-minute
243 Composers
244 Sort composer
245 Disc
246 Initial key
247 Part of a compilation
248 Mood
249 Part of set
250 Period
251 Color
252 Parental rating
253 Parental rating reason
254 Space used
255 EXIF version
256 Event
257 Exposure bias
258 Exposure program
259 Exposure time
260 F-stop
261 Flash mode
262 Focal length
263 35mm focal length
264 ISO speed
265 Lens maker
266 Lens model
267 Light source
268 Max aperture
269 Metering mode
270 Orientation
271 People
272 Program mode
273 Saturation
274 Subject distance
275 White balance
276 Priority
277 Project
278 Channel number
279 Episode name
280 Closed captioning
281 Rerun
282 SAP
283 Broadcast date
284 Program description
285 Recording time
286 Station call sign
287 Station name
288 Summary
289 Snippets
290 Auto summary
291 Relevance
292 File ownership
293 Sensitivity
294 Shared with
295 Sharing status
297 Product name
298 Product version
299 Support link
300 Source
301 Start date
302 Sharing
303 Availability status
304 Status
305 Billing information
306 Complete
307 Task owner
308 Sort title
309 Total file size
310 Legal trademarks
311 Video compression
312 Directors
313 Data rate
314 Frame height
315 Frame rate
316 Frame width
317 Spherical
318 Stereo
319 Video orientation
320 Total bitrate

 

Run Vbscript action:

Dim oAppShell, oFolder, output,i
    
    Set objFso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    Set oAppShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")
    
    varFolderPath = "%FolderPath%"
    Set oFolder = oAppShell.Namespace(varFolderPath)
    
    For Each oItem In oFolder.Items    
       For i = 0 To 320
            output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(, i) & " - " & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oItem, i) & vbNewLine
       Next 
       output = output & "------------------------------" & vbNewLine
   Next
   
   WScript.Echo output

 

 

 

Fuji98
Frequent Visitor

@VJR This was excatly what I was looking for and it works fine! Thank you SO much for this! 

Two more questions:

Is there also a way to get not a whole folder but just a specific file inside the folder?

And how can I choose which exact metadata properties I want? For example if I want just 1 and 72.. how I'm gonna do that? Sorry, I've never done anything in VBScript, dont know what to do with the "If" Condition. Thanks!

VJR
Multi Super User
Multi Super User

For individual image file and specific records copy paste the below code into a blank Flow editor.

Change the file path in the Set variable (first line).

Run the Flow to see the output.

SET FullFilePath TO $'''D:\\Test\\P1000231.JPG'''
File.GetPathPart File: FullFilePath Directory=> Directory FileName=> FileName
Scripting.RunVBScript VBScriptCode: $'''Dim oAppShell, oFolder, output,i
    
    Set objFso = CreateObject(\"Scripting.FileSystemObject\")
    Set oAppShell = CreateObject(\"Shell.Application\")
    
    varFolderPath = \"%Directory%\"
    Set oFolder = oAppShell.Namespace(varFolderPath)
    
    
    File = \"%FileName%\"
    output = oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),0) & \"|\"
    output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),1)  & \"|\"   
    output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),30) & \"|\"   
    output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),32)  
   
   WScript.Echo output''' ScriptOutput=> VBScriptOutput
Text.SplitText.SplitWithDelimiter Text: VBScriptOutput CustomDelimiter: $'''|''' IsRegEx: False Result=> TextList
Display.ShowMessageDialog.ShowMessage Message: $'''The camera model is: %TextList[2]%''' Icon: Display.Icon.None Buttons: Display.Buttons.OK DefaultButton: Display.DefaultButton.Button1 IsTopMost: False ButtonPressed=> ButtonPressed

 

The yellow highlighted are the ones where you give the numbers.

Example of 4 different numbers. Add the ones you need and remove others.

Note that the pipe | symbol is not appended to the last one in line no. 14. (use of pipe explained below)

 

VJR_0-1669867250805.png

 

 

The idea is to produce a text output variable separated by a pipe | delimiter.

VJR_1-1669867335081.png

 

And then split using the delimiter. This will give a List variable for each of those numbers

VJR_2-1669867383458.png

Access the individual elements using the notation for instance as %TextList[2]% 

 

VJR_3-1669867472950.png

 

 

(You can even create a customised vbscript function where you just pass the image path and only a single number from PAD and it will return the value of that number. This function can then be called again and again for different numbers in each call.)

Fuji98
Frequent Visitor

@VJR This works just perfect. Excatly what I wanted. Thank you so much for this, I'm really thankful. 😊

 

Btw: How I'm gonna select now just specific data like:

    File = \"%FileName%\"
    output = oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),0) & \"|\"
    output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),1)  & \"|\"   
    output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),30) & \"|\"   
    output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),32)  

 in the first script that pulls data for EVERY file in the folder? I tried to merge these scripts together so that it will pull just specific metadata out ot every file in the folder but I can't get this to work. As I said, I have really no idea of VBscript. I would be so glad if you can help out, one more time. Thanks

VJR
Multi Super User
Multi Super User

You wanted for specific file so I had shared that.

 

In the first script, remove as below, keep all else as it is.

 

For Each oItem In oFolder.Items

For i = 0 To 320
output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(, i) & " - " & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oItem, i) & vbNewLine

 

 

output = oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),0) & \"|\"
output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),1) & \"|\"
output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),30) & \"|\"
output = output & oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),32)


Next


output = output & "------------------------------" & vbNewLine
Next

 

I am directly making the code changes here, so haven't tested it.

Fuji98
Frequent Visitor

Yes, I wanted it for specific file, that was absolutely right. Just wondered how it would look like for the whole folder. You've done an amazing job, thank you for this.

Matze7
Regular Visitor

Hi folks,

 

I experience something strange. This is my code:

Dim oAppShell, oFolder, output,i
    
    Set objFso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    Set oAppShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")
    
    varFolderPath = "%Directory%"
    Set oFolder = oAppShell.Namespace(varFolderPath)
    
    
    File = "%FileName%"

one = oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),0) & "|"
two = oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),1) & "|"
three = oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),12)  & "|"
four  = oFolder.GetDetailsOf(oFolder.items.Item(File),4)

if three = "" then three = %dummy%

output= one & two & three & four & vbNewLine

   WScript.Echo output

and this is my VBScriptOutput:

Matze7_0-1700326899038.png

So far all looks fine, but when checking carefully this part:

20.<u+200e>12.<u+200e>2020 <u+200f><u+200e>11:07 (which is the date take of a photo, the length of this part is 20 char, but 16 are only visible! Try it, place the cursor to the left and move one by one and count. There is something invisible inside, which I cannot identify. Any idea or even a solution how to get rid of this?

 nbsp;.<u+200e>2020 <u

I experience this only with the 'date taken' value, not with the creation date:
23.01.2022 16:51

 

Many thanks!

Thank you for this VJR. This is exactly what I'm looking for right now. Great Job! 😊

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TUESDAY TIPS are our way of communicating helpful things we've learned or shared that have helped members of the Community. Whether you're just getting started or you're a seasoned pro, Tuesday Tips will help you know where to go, what to look for, and navigate your way through the ever-growing--and ever-changing--world of the Power Platform Community! We cover basics about the Community, provide a few "insider tips" to make your experience even better, and share best practices gleaned from our most active community members and Super Users.   With so many new Community members joining us each week, we'll also review a few of our "best practices" so you know just "how" the Community works, so make sure to watch the News & Announcements each week for the latest and greatest Tuesday Tips!   This Week's Topic: Blogging in the Community Are you new to our Communities and feel like you may know a few things to share, but you're not quite ready to start answering questions in the forums? A great place to start is the Community blog! Whether you've been using Power Platform for awhile, or you're new to the low-code revolution, the Community blog is a place for anyone who can write, has some great insight to share, and is willing to commit to posting regularly! In other words, we want YOU to join the Community blog.    Why should you consider becoming a blog author? Here are just a few great reasons. 🎉   Learn from Each Other: Our community is like a bustling marketplace of ideas. By sharing your experiences and insights, you contribute to a dynamic ecosystem where makers learn from one another. Your unique perspective matters! Collaborate and Innovate: Imagine a virtual brainstorming session where minds collide, ideas spark, and solutions emerge. That’s what our community blog offers—a platform for collaboration and innovation. Together, we can build something extraordinary. Showcase the Power of Low-Code: You know that feeling when you discover a hidden gem? By writing about your experience with your favorite Power Platform tool, you’re shining a spotlight on its capabilities and real-world applications. It’s like saying, “Hey world, check out this amazing tool!” Earn Trust and Credibility: When you share valuable information, you become a trusted resource. Your fellow community members rely on your tips, tricks, and know-how. It’s like being the go-to friend who always has the best recommendations. Empower Others: By contributing to our community blog, you empower others to level up their skills. Whether it’s a nifty workaround, a time-saving hack, or an aha moment, your words have impact. So grab your keyboard, brew your favorite beverage, and start writing! Your insights matter and your voice counts! With every blog shared in the Community, we all do a better job of tackling complex challenges with gusto. 🚀 Welcome aboard, future blog author! ✍️💻🌟 Get started blogging across the Power Platform Communities today! Just follow one of the links below to begin your blogging adventure.   Power Apps: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Community-Blog/bg-p/PowerAppsBlog Power Automate: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Automate-Community-Blog/bg-p/MPABlog Copilot Studio: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Copilot-Studio-Community-Blog/bg-p/PVACommunityBlog Power Pages: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Pages-Community-Blog/bg-p/mpp_blog   When you follow the link, look for the Message Admins button like this on the page's right rail, and let us know you're interested. We can't wait to connect with you and help you get started. Thanks for being part of our incredible community--and thanks for becoming part of the community blog!

Launch Event Registration: Redefine What's Possible Using AI

  Join Microsoft product leaders and engineers for an in-depth look at the latest features in Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform. Learn how advances in AI and Microsoft Copilot can help you connect teams, processes, and data, and respond to changing business needs with greater agility. We’ll share insights and demonstrate how 2024 release wave 1 updates and advancements will help you:   Streamline business processes, automate repetitive tasks, and unlock creativity using the power of Copilot and role-specific insights and actions. Unify customer data to optimize customer journeys with generative AI and foster collaboration between sales and marketing teams. Strengthen governance with upgraded tools and features. Accelerate low-code development  using natural language and streamlined tools. Plus, you can get answers to your questions during our live Q&A chat! Don't wait--register today by clicking the image below!      

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