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I'd assume this may be caused by Sigma not really conforming to standards. I hope my assumption is wrong and that you've got a simple solution for this dilemma.
I was thinking of reading the 'datetimeoriginal' and writing it to 'file-list.txt' with a header like '$filename/$datetimeoriginal', listing each filename with its unique 'datetimeoriginal'.
In a second step I'd use the file-list.txt and read the data to be put into the corresponding tif-file. I guess that might be a complicated workaround (? ), but still, I am not succeeding with the proper syntax.
Your advice is highly appreciated, thanks. Looking forward to hearing from you,
with kind regards, Hans.