From Picmeta Systems
Transfer - Rename - View - Organize * incl. EXIF/IPTC, RAW, Video
The ultimate tool for digital cameras reveals everything
It extracts EXIF, XMP and IPTC from JPG, TIF and RAW files and makes it available in a convenient and welcoming interface.
One part of the EXIF header is standardized and contains information such as date and time pictures were taken, shutter speed and aperture or whether the flash was used. But a lot of information such as program mode, white balance settings or lens data, is stored in the Makernote block, which is proprietary and can usually only be read with special software from the camera maker. PIE, however, contains the most extensive Makernote database on the market. With one single tool, you can review pictures with all the metadata from almost any camera.
Furthermore, the EXIFcare technology of PIE allows to edit EXIF and IPTC data, add and delete tags, change capture date/time in JPG, TIFF and RAW formats, lossless rotate and update embedded thumbnails, without destroying the Makernote block. Editing with other programs, be it just the Windows file properties dialog, will inevitably erase the Makernote data.
PIE displays the exposure information of each picture. Improve your photographic abilities and understanding
# Viewer support for multi monitor systems
# Display rational values in the full metadata panel as single numbers
# Display number and size of selected files in the status bar
# New option to create import folder based on current date
# Automatic "Last Import" item in favorite folders after importing files
# Import checks destination file integrity before deleting source file
# Added IPTC "Categories" to the metadata columns
# Show search and import progress in Windows 7 taskbar
# Browser support for Matroska .mkv files
# Search in geotagging map is now biased towards home country
# Fixed find function would not find keywords consisting of multiple words
# Fixed random access violation in the file browser
# Fixed list update after moving or deleting files
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