With the menu item "Images" → "Image list of a folder" you can show, edit and remove EXIF tags of JPEG image files.
In the tab sheet "Folder selection" you select the folder in which the image files are stored. The EXIF tags of the
images are then shown in the data table below.
When you open the window for the first time, only the most important EXIF tags are shown. You can choose more EXIF tags or hide
EXIF tags by clicking with the right mouse button into the header of the data table. Then a context menu with check box items opens where
you can check and uncheck the EXIF tags using the left mouse button:
It is also possible to change the display order of the EXIF tags in the data table by pulling the EXIF item in the header with
the left mouse button.
With the tab sheet "Input" you can enter a new value for an EXIF tag. This value applies to all currently selected images in the data table.
- The EXIF tag to be edited is selected by clicking with the left mouse button into the data cell, which belongs
to the EXIF tag and the desired image. The content of the EXIF tag can then be edited in the control of the tab sheet "Input".
- Furthermore it is possible to select the EXIF tag with the combo box in the upper left corner of the tab sheet "Input".
- If only one image is selected, the EXIF data entered are directly updated in the data table, but they are
not immediately written to the image file.
- If you select multiple images by using the Ctrl or Shift key, an additional button "Apply" is shown.
Only after pressing this button, the EXIF data are updated in all selected images, but without writing them to the files.
- An EXIF tag can be removed by pressing the button "Remove" in the tab sheet "Input".
With the button "Save" you can write all EXIF data changes to the image files. After this, the changes are permanent and cannot be undone!
Special date and time operations
With the tab sheet "Date" you can perform special operations for the EXIF tags which hold a date and time:
- Copy a date from one EXIF tag to another within the same image file.
- Add a time difference to one or more EXIF tags.
All date and time operations are executed for the images, that are currently selected in the data table. But the changes are not
immediately written to the image files, for this you have to press the button "Save" afterwards. Moreover, the time difference controls
will be reset to 0 if you change the image file selection.
Smartphones often write the GPS location where the photo was taken. With the "GPS" tab sheet the following operations are
- Show the GPS location of the currently selected image in Google Maps or Open Street Map. Only one image may be selected
at once and the standard browser of the operating system is used for showing the location.
- Remove all GPS EXIF tags from the selected image files.
If you want to enter or change the GPS location of an image, display the EXIF tags "GPS longitude" and "GPS latitude"
in the data table and then use the tab sheet "Input".
Remove or replace the EXIF block
In the tab sheet "EXIF block" you can remove or replace the entire EXIF block of image files. This means,
that all EXIF tags of all selected images are removed or replaced.
View images in a slide show
You can view the images in a slide show by pressing the button "Show images". Then the following selection window
Here, the following setting options are available:
- You can choose between automatic and manual switching to the next image.
- In case of automatic switching you can specify the display time of an image.
- The text color for the image descriptions is selectable.
- If you want to view only part of the images, you can start the slide show with the
currently selected image.
- With the button "Start" the slide show is started. In order to switch to the next image press the arrow key
to the right on the PC keyboard. With the "Esc" key the slide show is closed. A table with all available
keys appears by clicking the button "Key info".
Furthermore, you can change the display order of the images by sorting them by an EXIF tag. For this click in the main window
with the left mouse button on the desired EXIF tag in the header of the data table.