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Have you taken a picture???

BYE gets the temperature that is displayed in the Camera Information Center from the EXIF data in a downloaded image. In order to display this information, you need to tell BYE to store the images on the PC. You also need to be sure that the Skip EXIF Read setting (Advanced Settings) is not checked. Then you need to take a picture and wait. BYE looks for an EXIF value called CameraTemperature. You can view the EXIF data for a displayed image by clicking on the "Rubik's Cube" button that is displayed just to the right of the displayed image.

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On 11/11/2020 at 12:25 PM, astroman133 said:

Have you taken a picture???

BYE gets the temperature that is displayed in the Camera Information Center from the EXIF data in a downloaded image. In order to display this information, you need to tell BYE to store the images on the PC. You also need to be sure that the Skip EXIF Read setting (Advanced Settings) is not checked. Then you need to take a picture and wait. BYE looks for an EXIF value called CameraTemperature. You can view the EXIF data for a displayed image by clicking on the "Rubik's Cube" button that is displayed just to the right of the displayed image.

Oh Thank you Mr. astroman133

Of course I took pictures, and I know displayed in the Camera Information Center from the EXIF data in a downloaded images. And I know storing the images on the PC. But I didn't know necessity of unchecked the Skip EXIF Read setting . And I didn't know clicking on the "Rubik's Cube" button. I will try those next time!

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