Any File Info
By Yu qipeng
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Any File Info is a professional tool to view and browse files’ information. It supports multiple types of files：documents, images, audios and videos.
Any File Info enables you to access advanced information clearly and quickly. It supports more of Hash Value than other apps. With Any File Info, you can browse EXIF details of images; view the attributes of any files; and look over detailed information of both audios and videos.
1 Support more of Hash Value:
2 View detailed information of audios and videos.
3 Browse EXIF details of images.
4 View attributes of any file:
* File path
* File creation date
* File modification date
* File owner
* File group
* File size
5 Copy advanced information about any file
6 Drag and Drop files to the Dock Icon
7 Save "hash value and detail information" to the file
8 Add a "Open in Any File Info" menu item to Finder's context menu, enabling you to open files easily in any location
Any suggestion will be appreciated, support email: email@example.com
What's New in Version 1.4.0
1. Optimize the interface to make it easier to use.
2. Save "hash value and detail information" to the file.
3. Add a "Open in Any File Info" menu item to Finder's context menu, enabling you to open files easily in any location.
4. Some bugs were fixed.
Gives me a lot of info.
I really like whay this tool provides details on. It reads all GPS info as well as EXIF data and specs. Keep in mind that this is reading the info that is in the file. If this data has previously been stripped, it won’t bring that back. I was on a plane from NY to FL and took pictures. It showed the exact location of the plane in coordinates as well as altitude and speed. That was very cool to see all of that data.
Does exactly what it claims. A very handy tool.
The only thing I found surprising was that a photo that had been modified in any way has lost its EXIF information. I thought the EXIF info “stuck” to the photo or file permanently.
After researching EXIF versus JFIF I have a better understanding of what is happening. Does anyone know how to recover the true date and time of a photo after it has been edited and is now in the JFIF format and therefore lost its original date?
Works well…! Pro version?
Easy interface, simple design, just works. I would pay for a pro version that batch converts the "EXIF digitized creation date" to the actual “Date Created” for the Mac finder.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Mar 14, 2014
- Version: 1.4.0
- Size: 4.9 MB
- Languages: English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
- Seller: Yu qipeng
- Copyright © 2015 TotalRar inc
Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later