This is NOT free when you put restrictions like this: You can use SetEXIFData unregistered forever, with a batch processing limit of only 5 photos a time. A donation of €6 is requested for registration.
The official EXIFtool installer indicates that it places the binary in /usr/bin not /usr/local/bin:
I use EXIFtool as installed by MacPorts, so my copy is located in /opt/local/bin .
Will SetEXIFData work with that out of the box, or do I need to make a symbolic link in /usr/local/bin to the actual binary?
after installing the contained EXIFTOOL, I start the app SetEXIFData but only get the message "Could not find a valid EXIFtool installation." although I can access the exiftool in terminal... what's wrong?
Excellent. This is the first piece of software that I've been able to find that will allow me to set EXIF dates for images that I have scanned. And the fact that I can add EXIF dates to a batch of images is great. I'll be making a donation. Well done!
I guess I don't get the concept. What means "set not edit"? Can't you see what was the EXIF data and just can set new data? I mean if there is an EXIF date and you want to change it - isn't that possible??
Sorry, to ask but it's not clear to me.