A fast way to set photo metadata tags
FastPhotoTagger tries to be the fastest way to set the metadata in your photos. Add, change, delete, and search the metadata fields of your choice. FastPhotoTagger excels when you have lots of files and lots of metadata. With FastPhotoTagger, you can - Set multiple images to have the same tag values - Set individual images to have unique tag values - Display all the metadata in an image - Compare and edit all the metadata in several images - Choose the metadata fields to work with: EXIF, XMP, IPTC, etc. - Define hierarchical keywords - View images and slideshows that display tag values as captions - Create and search a metadata database FastPhotoTagger has versions for PC and Android. FastPhotoTagger uses ExifTool to read & write metadata, HyperSQL to manage its database, and dcraw to display DNG & RAW images.
Ultimate Webshots Converter is a Webshots pictures converter. It is able to show and save into JPEG files the pictures contained in the following files : WBC, WBZ, WB1 and WBD.
kuView is a picture viewer, provides useful features including Unicode, Exif, scaling filter, shell integration, and archive browsing. May be used as replacement for built-in viewer or ACDSee-like on Windows. Has tiny executable, is portable and green.
Corrects modification date of images and organizes in folder structure
Corrects modification date file's attribute using original EXIF metadata "camera taken date" timestamp tag. Organizes photo files in folder structure (e.g. with dates in folder name) and changes their file's name using configurable template. Modification date file's attribute changes during write operation like rotation of images in Windows preview application. This might be anoying if you like to have your photos sorted. You can revert date of your images to original "camera taken date" timestamp working on original files or creating new ones in templated folder structure with templated new names. Application shows full image's EXIF information in brief and extended mode and additionaly you can preview and rotate your images. **LANGUAGES: English, Polish** *Software uses Qt library and exiv2 binary.* ## TODO LIST * JPEG loseless rotation in "Image preview" tab and in conversion options * Image automatic rotation based on EXIF orientation tag * Linux version (?)
darknocK detects edges in images. It is using Artificial Neural Networks to enchance the results of standard algorithms.
RIG is a web-based JPEG image album viewer, especially useful for digital camera albums; provides automatic image resizing, preview & thumbnail caching, user authentication; composed of a PHP web interface and a C++ thumbnail engine.