I have tried to do it, but it doesn't start, and an error window appears with the following message:exiftool is missing or incorrectly configured in Preferences!
This tool is an absolute must have!
Please set the correct location or install exiftool first.
But I know I have exiftool in my computer, as I can make it work through the terminal !!
It opens then an other window asking me to select something in the finder. If I cancel the action, it tells me:You canceled the exiftool selection.
The program will quit!
First install exiftool or restart this program and select the correct exiftool.
I tried it many times, and I eventually gave up.
John Doe wrote:You need to tell it where exiftool is located on your system.
The finder window that opens is the result of pyexiftoolgui asking where exiftool is. Your exiftool is probably located here: /usr/local/bin/exiftool
When the finder window opens, I forget if you must select the /usr/bin folder or select the exiftool file, but the tough part may be navigating to the /usr folder since finder doesn't normally show it.
Hiowever, once pyexiftoolgui opens the finder window, if you type shift-apple-G or select "go to Folder" you can then type in /usr, and the rest should be straightforward from there.
An alternative is to start with finder, type shift-apple-G, type in /usr <enter>, now you will see the bin folder, drag it to your finder sidebar. Then start pyexiftoolgui, when it opens the finder window, select the bin folder in the sidebar, and go on from there.