I am back at home and with my Macs. The workflow is somewhat documented at:
though I do need to update that page. Generally: I use Gpredict to plan my evening, it gives me what will be available and approximately when. I connect the camera to the Mac and set the camera time.
Then I go out and take photos, using Orbitrack to point the camera. Both of those are not perfect but I have some work to do to get better, I am trying to install Docker and satvid.
I bring all photos back to the house and put them on the bigger monitor, and use Photos to look for streaks - I edit the photo but only to drag the brightness up and down. I have been getting about 12 images and in the last session got two satellites.
When I get a streak I go to Astrometry.net to get a FITS file and put that into SAO Image DS 9. That gives me the RA and Dec (I also write down the RA and Dec from Worldwide Telescope but those are somewhat different from SAO Image, I report angles from SAO Image).
So that is several steps and is labor intensive.
EXIFTool gives me time for the exposure - start and duration.
Then I got to TruSat to convert data to an IOD observation line (I wrote a small C application to do that but TruSat is easier to use!).
Does this help?