By Ernesto García
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Photo Privacy: Remove metadata (GPS, EXIF, IPTC) and thumbnails from your photos.
Most modern cameras and smart phones store extra information in the pictures you take.
They can save your camera make, model, how the picture was taken, the date and time, and if your camera or smartphone has a GPS module, the coordinates where it was taken.
You may be sharing your home address when you upload your barbecue pictures.
Some models may even store a small copy of the original image inside the file.
If your editing software does not remove this small image, even if you modify it, anyone could see the original picture stored inside.
If you like sharing your pictures, and privacy is a concern for you, "Photo Privacy" can help you by removing all that information from your pictures.
It creates a private copy of your pictures, which you can use to upload to your favorite social network or image hosting service, being sure that no private data is stored in the image.
- Supports RAW, JPEG, PNG, GIF and TIFF image files (RAW support is readonly. RAW files are converted to JPEG files)
- Removes metadata (GPS, EXIF, IPTC) and thumbnails from your pictures.
- Safe: A new image is created without any private information, keeping your original pictures unmodified.
- Easy to use interface. Two easy steps to get your private pictures.
What's New in Version 1.0.2
+ Fixed Crash in OS X 10.9
In 10.11 doesn’t work. Get error message.
I just downloaded and instaleld to my Imac with 10.11.2
Pulling photos’ from my iphone 6s PLUS, I get an error,
Could not decode image data.
On any and every photo I try to use it with.
Not looking too good for this software and ability to with with 10.11.2
or with Iphone 6s photo’s.
- Category: Social Networking
- Updated: Oct 21, 2014
- Version: 1.0.2
- Size: 1.5 MB
- Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: ERNESTO GARCIA CARRIL
- © 2014, www.cocoawithchurros.com
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor