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PhotoInfo displays and prints EXIF tags in JPEG, TIFF and raw files. Edit Date-Time tags and change file names. Batch rename files and change Date-Time tags.

What's New

Version 2.0.1:
  • Corrected a bug that prevented launch on Mac OS 10.3.9.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later

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Hubery
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Good

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Version 2.0.1
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Lmjn13
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Very useful application as is.
One request for future version: batch subfolders' content. Would save much time.
Many thanks to the developer

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Version 1.04
lmjn13
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I second Farfalle 100%. Incredibly useful program. Subfolder batch would be a fantastic plus.
Tons of thanks!

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Anonymous
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Great for changing names, especially in Batch mode. The date/time functions could be much more user-friendly, though. (for instance, copy creation/modification date into EXIF) And if the photo has no EXIF date to start with, PhotoInfo isn't able to create one. Looking forward to the next few releases!

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Version 1.04
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love this program! very quick Mac-friendly way to edit the creation date & time on files incrementally. I was freaking out before I found this, it saved me HOURS of resorting by hand. :)

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Version 1.04
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Excellent program! Shows lots of promise and does what it advertised very well. I want to applaud the developer for his efforts.

One snafu I encountered when using this nifty app to rename hundreds of hastily archived pics: I wanted to rename and coallate my pics according to the month and year they were taken. No problem, until I kept finding pics that needed the same name prefix as those already renamed.

At that point, I couldn't resume the numbering after the last number in the previously named batch. In other words, unless you rename all the photos at the same time, the numbering sequence will begin with 1 each time.

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Version 1.04
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Works as advertised. Recommended.

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Version 1.04
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Version 2.0.1
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Version 2.0.1
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Version 2.0.1
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Details

Downloads 23,597
Version Downloads 18,635
License Free
Date 03 Sep 2006
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free