lisec 282 Posted August 4, 2014 Share Posted August 4, 2014 Oh my. I've discovered an awful lot about relying on Evernote for a vacation. (I've written about all of the Android limitations I discovered) Here's one more. Not sure if it is Android related or Windows related. I took all my pictures directly with Evernote because the ability to write notes immediately under the pictures is just too fantastic. My entire trip is sorted by date created, the pictures are in order, it is just wonderful. So now I'm ready to save all my pictures onto my dedicated media hard drive, where I will merge my photos with my husband's photos. I normally open them with JRiver Media Centre, sort by date/time taken, rename the photos with that info and voila, a permanent record of the photos we took, in order. Alas, I can't do that.It never occurred to me that all that photo information would be lost when using the Evernote camera.I selected all my trip photos within Evernote and used the "save attachments" to get them to their permanent home. My heart sank when I discovered that every single picture is dated today. You know how usually you have that camera information like when you actually take the picture and at what time? None. Unless someone knows of a trick to get the real date created info back, this is yet another warning to those who plan on relying on Evernote for their trip. If you plan on keeping your photos in Evernote forever, you're good to go. But if you have a picture database somewhere else in your house and rely on date created to make sense of your chronology, DO NOT use the Evernote camera. Link to comment
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