ExifPro ExifPro can display images in different view modes. Selected images may be copied, resized, cropped and adjusted using tools offered by ExifPro.
ExifPro can also present information embedded in JPEG photographs (EXIF block) describing different parameters digital camera used while taking a shot.
One can create HTML albums or slide show applications using built-in generators, print images, append descriptions and tags.
Standalone viewer window offers zooming and panning, image color and aspect correction, magnifier tool, light table pane and a slide show mode.
Here viewer window can be seen with a preview bar and a light table visible. Preview bar provides quick access to all loaded images, while the light table may be used as a place to keep selected images.
Two images can be inspected side by side thanks to the split view feature.
Both JPEG and raw images may be tagged and described. This information metadata gets embedded inside JPEG files, or is written to a separate file that accompanies raw images (so called sidecar XMP). It is transparent to an end user; tagging/describing just works.
Of course this new file information editing is a superset of existing ExifPro's functionality. Although the point was to enable tagging of raw images, XMP format is currently employed by recent versions of Photoshop (CS/CS2/Elements), so I'm playing catch up. I wanted to be able to read this information when it's available.
XMP is flexible and capable. But that also means that it takes time to tame (from software development point of view). So, when is it ready? I've been actively working on it, but I still have a few technical obstacles to solve. I'm hoping to have this project completed during the incoming school break.
ExifPro offers fast access to photographs both while scanning folders and opening them in a viewer. Caching mechanism speeds up access to already visited folders.
Set of tools to manipulate JPEG files: resizing, rotating, cropping, adjusting colors and levels, transferring, printing as well as generating HTML pages and stand-alone slide shows.
* Loss-less and automatic rotation
ExifPro can rotate JPEG images without any loss in quality (no decoding & encoding). It also features an ability to rotate images automatically based on the orientation information stored by a digital camera.
An ability to apply tags to photographs and copy them to folders based on the tags makes it easy to collect a group of images fulfilling your criteria.
* Color correction
Image Color Correction provides more faithful display of photographs.
* Aspect ratio correction
Monitor Resolution option along with the CRT Aspect Correction can restore original shapes in displayed photographs.
* Canon, Nikon, Olympus raw image
Canon raw images (CR2), Nikon's D70 and newer (NEF), Olympus E-300 (ORF) files contain big preview image. ExifPro can access CR2/NEF/ORF files directly reading embedded preview image.
File information can be appended to photographs in the IPTC standard.
Photographs with GPS information stored inside EXIF block show longitude, latitude location.
Changelog for this release:
* FIX: Changing wallpaper wasn't permanent.
* FIX: Sigma DP2 EXIF decoding fixes.
* FIX: Fixed internal cache memory limit to stop running out of memory on systems with more than 2 GB of RAM.
* FIX: Scrollbar's size in a light table.
* Boost libraries updated to version 1.45.