Software on an Apple

Started Apr 26, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Jim King
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Re: Software on an Apple
In reply to uniball, Apr 26, 2014

uniball wrote:

If you want to get into the bowels of exif info, EXIF Viewer is free. The install requires Terminal but it's simple.

A more elegant approach is GraphicConverter. It has EXIF Viewer built in and allows you to customize what info is displayed. I've used GC as a browser for years. It's easy to use, fast once launched and has superb tools to compare or catalog images. It's my front-end before anything gets imported into Aperture. Also has a decent editing module based on DCRAW for renders. The DCRAW version can be updated if need be, another hack but simple.

+1.  GraphicConverter is a very useful shareware program and it is updated with new features/bugfixes on a regular basis. I use it the same way you do.

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