SetEXIFData writes the most wanted EXIF data in an image.
- Use a date from the Finder or retrieve the date/time from its file name, if present
- You can add and increment EXIF dates, times and sequence numbers.
- Data you can set includes document name, artist, copyright, date/time, latitude and longitude, and keywords
- Renaming a photo's file name afterwards, using EXIF dates/times and sequence numbers, is supported
- You can modify the Finder's 'Date create' and 'Date modified' dates
- You can use an address from the Mac's Contacts to start geotagging
- When retrieving the date from the file name, you can now specify the time to use, if it's missing from the file's name, in the Date/Time fields. Also, if you process multiple photos with the same date immediately one after the other, you can use the Time interval fields to add or subtract hours/minutes/seconds or increment just the sequence number.
- You can now
- OS X 10.7 or later
- See Related Links for legacy support