Exif viewer

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Erik Ohlson
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Re: Exif viewer
In reply to kkardster, 5 months ago

kkardster wrote:

Erik Ohlson wrote:

kkardster wrote:

djddpr wrote:

A new exif data viewer from Nir Sofer, v. 1.1. There are several exif data viewers available, but a product from Nir Sofer always catches my interest. As with all Nir Sofer utilities, it is effective, small (98 KB), portable (no installation -- just unzip to a folder of choice), and free. It is now my exif viewer of choice. It can be obtained from:

Looks rather limited. I prefer using EXIFTool and EXIFToolGUI along with a custom file so what I see matches what my camera's menus present.

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Bruce
You learn something new every time you press the shutter

I downloaded and installed this on my iMac, but cannot find it anywhere in my computer to use it.

There was something about typing in a "Terminal Window" - whatever THAT is.

Sounds quite final, er, terminal

Sorry Erik,

EXIFTool is a command-line utility, so it typically requires a terminal (text) window to run it. It supports Windows, Mac, and Unix.

For Windows, there's a front-end EXIFToolGUI which provides a windows-based interface but EXIFToolGUI appears to support Windows only.

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Bruce
You learn something new every time you press the shutter

OK, I can accept that, even if I don't understand it.

I downloaded the "Mac" version, so, one would think it might be supposed to work on a "Mac".

Does anyone know how this might be done?

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