EXIF Viewer is the most efficient tool for dealing with the extended info in your digital photos. The utility helps you to sort, move or copy photos using photo metadata.
Features: EXIF (Exchangeable image file format) was developed by Japan Electronic Industry Development Association (JEIDA) to be used by digital cameras. EXIF is a record of what kind of camera was used and its settings. The settings that are recorded include exposure mode, aperture, flash information, focal length, metering pattern, shutter speed, etc. Current time and date and location, if equipped a GPS are also recorded. These data along with copyright data are recorded as metadata tags. EXIF viewer can let you review these data items for photographs you have taken. EXIF data also includes some extended information such as ImageDescription, Model, Orientation, Copyright, Flash, ExposureTime, UserComment.
This information is not shown by many ordinary viewers. EXIFViewer is able to show these additional information too. The utility helps you to sort, move or copy photos using this photo metadata. Such flexibility as printing a list of only those photos that were horizontally shot. Or select only those with a certain exposure are easily possible. If you needed and spread sheet or a HTML report based on some criteria in EXIF data, that`s easily possible too. To view the exif info of an image, launch the viewer. Select the required folder in the folder list on the left side of the interface. A list of files contained in the folder will be displayed in the main panel, with metadata parameters organized in columns. According to these parameters, you can sort your images out and create reports and supply each photo with extended information.
Overall: This is an excellent tool to view EXIF data conveniently.