very nice! It had never occurred to me to do something like that...I fail at automation! lol
Apr 02, 2014 at 6:47 AM
That's super awesome! I'm actually working on some code to consolidate all my images from various drives in to a single location, then sending them to flickr...cuz 1TB!
If you're interested i'm actually creating a hash of the image contents, I wrote some functions for powershell, that i'm working on flipping over to c# since i'm moving all my powershell dev to c#.
the function is get-bitmaphash
it uses system.drawing to load the image into memory then I just use cryptoserviceprovider to compute the hash from the memory stream.
There is some other stuff that will pull gps data from the exif tags and give you coordinates and such.
I can't think of a use case (right now ) but that is pretty cool!
Great presentation, and I'm really enjoying playing around with this in my test rig at home. My one question is, and it's cool if the answer is no or never, will the x86 version of Windows 8 be supported for the WMF 4?
Windows 7, and Server 2008 listed, there is a x64 Windows 8 download, but nothing for Windows 8 x86. Again it's cool if the answer is it will never be supported for x86, I'll just need to rebuild my little management vm.