I'm syncing my entire backlog of pictures in google photos. It's working great but I also want to keep as much as the meta data as possible, namely the location data (like GPS coordinates and such).
I ran Image magick
identify -verbose on the image downloaded by rclone to identify the Exif data and I can see some EXIF Data but no data about the location or GPS.
So my question is : How to get rclone to also take the metadata that google know about.
I think there is three possibilities here:
- the picture has no location
- the picture has location in the original exif data (but google strip the exif about location for privacy or unknown reasons?)
- the picture has no location in the original exif but google somehow managed to vaguely associate a date and time based on some other mechanism. It is showing that on the UI but the image downloaded by rclone doesn't contains that)
- os/arch: linux/amd64
- go version: go1.15.9
rclone copy gphotos: ./ --tpslimit 1 -v