Display / change of Exif, IPTC, XMP data in JPEG / TIFF / RAW images (also multiple files simultaneously), especially for comment and author; display / change of recording location on map; rename files by meta data; export and comparing the properties;
Version: 4.50QuickImageComment displays EXIF, IPTC, and XMP properties of digital images (e.g. JPEG and TIFF) and allows to edit them.
Operating System: Windows
Especially editing of user comment and artist (author) is supported by using the last entered or predefined values.
Features:The program displays all EXIF, IPTC and XMP properties, as well as some other file properties such as modification date.
In addition to the full lists of EXIF, IPTC and XMP properties a list of properties is displayed, which is configurable.
In addition to user comment and artist further EXIF, IPTC and XMP properties can be changed. The list of modifiable properties can be configured.
Data templates can be defined to set several properties in one step.
Via placeholder it is possible to copy values of properties in others.
Changes can be carried out simultaneously for two or more files.
EXIF, IPTC and XMP properties can be deleted, thereby exceptions can be defined. Single properties can be deleted selectively.
Files can be renamed using Exif, IPTC and XMP properties.
The EXIF, IPTC and XMP properties contained in the files can be compared.
A special mask is used to synchronize the recording time of a set of images taken with different cameras. Images are grouped by properties (mostly camera model).
For each group, a shift of the recording time can be entered. Then the images are immediately sorted in order to check whether the images are then in the correct timely order.
Selected image properties of all images in a folder can be exported to a text file.
All image properties of selected images can be exported to text files (one file per image).
Display metadata (XMP) of video files as well display a frame of the video.
Display of image details with graphical and numerical representation of brightness and RGB values.
Display recording location in a map using the GPS coordinates; change of coordinates by selecting a position on the map.
Search via meta data and postion on map.
Version 4.50: RAW image display is supported for more camera models. Some errors fixed
Version 4.48: Under Windows 10 with Microsoft Raw Image Extension: DNG images from some Samsung models can now be displayed. Several errors fixed.
Version 4.47: In the version for .Net 4.6.1 and higher and if WebView2 Runtime is installed: Google Maps or Bing Maps can now also be used for the map display. With these links only display is possible, the coordinates cannot be changed.
Version 4.46: Buttons can be defined for frequently used menu items. Self-defined buttons are displayed in the command strip, to the right of the predefined ones. Menu entry: "Tools – User defined buttons".
Version 4.45: The files can be sorted in ascending or descending order by Name, Size, Modified or Created using the menu "View", the context menu in file list or by clicking on the headers in view "Details".
Version 4.44: If the "Thumbnail" or "Tile" view was selected for the file list, all images to be displayed with their thumbnails were loaded before a user input was accepted. Now the images are listed with their filenames first and user input is accepted faster. The thumbnails are loaded in the background.
Version 4.43: The user defined settings saved by name in mask "Adjust View" screen can be selected directly from the menu "View". Recording location on map: the entries of the last used positions can be renamed. This allows saved locations that are initially listed only with coordinates to be given a descript
Version 4.42: Severe error in caching fixed: Depending on settings and folder content, caching could end up in 100% CPU load.
Version 4.40: Several errors fixed.