Easy. Use EXIFTOOL. Just install it and run from the command line this sentence:

exiftool -tagsfromfile %d%f.CR2 -r -ext JPG dir

where dir is the place where you store the RAW files and the JPEG file. Note that these two must be in the same location, else it wouldn’t work. If done correctly, it should generate a backup of your original JPEG file, so be prepared with a lot of disc space before you run this operation.

  1. Menno says:

    Thank you, this is a useful tip.

  2. Jacky Yong says:

    Hey, this is the community of Linux, we’re glad to be of help! 😉