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CaptureDate,  Version 1.02
Return the capture date and time for the specified image file

Usage:   CAPTUREDATE  image  [ options ]

Where:   image        specifies the image file

Options: /D:seconds   minimum Difference in seconds between current file
                      timestamp and capture date/time; if the difference
                      exceeds the specified number of seconds, the file
                      timestamp will be set to the capture date/time
                      (default: 3600 seconds = 1 hour; requires /S switch)
         /S           Set the image file's timestamp to the capture date/time
         /T           return the timestamp without "-" and ":" delimiters,
                      e.g. 20180318T112246 instead of 2018-03-18 11:22:46.
         /Y           do not ask for confirmation before changing the image
                      file's timestamp (requires /S switch)

Notes:   Result will be displayed on screen, e.g. 2018-03-18 11:22:46.
         The date/time is extracted by searching for the earliest date/time
         in the first 1048576 bytes (1 MB) of the image file.
         With /S switch used, the timestamp is changed only if the difference
         between the current timestamp and the capture time exceeds 1 hour or
         the threshold set with the /D switch.
         The program will ask for confirmation before changing the file's
         timestamp, unless the /Y switch is used.
         Return code ("errorlevel") is -1 in case of errors or if no valid
         date was found, or 0 otherwise.

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page last uploaded: 2018-02-15, 10:51