By Ernesto García
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
iExifer is an easy to use tool that reveals for you the EXIF metadata stored in image files.
Most modern cameras and smartphones add information to the image file when you take a picture. This information include details about the image, how the picture was taken (ie ISO value, shutter speed) or even where it was taken, if your camera has a GPS module.
iExifer reveals that information for you in an intuitive, easy to use interface.
★ Main features:
▶ Load and view EXIF metadata in RAW Canon CR2, Nikon NRW, Nikon NEF, Pentax PEF, JPEG and TIFF image files.
▶ Supports EXIF Tags version 2.21
▶ Supports IPTC Metadata
▶ Shows EXIF Image Preview Thumbnail if available
▶ Supports GPS Location Metadata.
▶ Finds location of the picture in Maps (requires internet connection).
▶ Quick search allows you to easily find the information you need.
▶ Supports most usual Maker Notes for: Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Fujifilm.
▶ Copy image metadata to clipboard, allowing you to easily paste it to a document, or include it in an e-mail
We are continuously improving iExifer.
If you miss a Maker Note for your camera, let us know and we will work to add it in future releases.
What's New in Version 1.3.1
+ Added list of mounted drives in the folder selection popover
+ Added unicode support in User Comments field.
+ Nikon field "ImageCount" renamed to "Shutter Count"
+ EXIF browser window can now be minimized
+ Bugs fixed.
Good little app
Bought version 1.3.1. Does what it says but...
Should integrate with Finder. I could not see it listed when I right click. To me, it should be automatic or ask you. Also, it implements its own finder so I have to launch the app, re-navigate to where the image is and then get the info. Can't drag and drop images on the app to just get file info without opening the file the long way.
Would be nice if in the GPS section, one could just click on a button and get a Google Maps URL to the location or Bing Maps.
Not worth $4 but I don't think most people will complain. The app does do what it advertises but just needs a bit more features.
Pratique et léger
Presque complet , 3 petits changements
— la possibilité de glisser le dossier ou une photo directement dans le programme sans devoir ouvrir manuellement le chemin d'accès.
— la possibilité de comparer 2 photos ou plus.
— Le raccourci traditionnel de la "space bar" coup d'oeil, pour visionner la photo, sans passer par l'icône du programme.
— Un petit bug, après un formatage impossibilité de remettre le programme par "App Store" me signalait comme déjà installé.
Great - it's all there.