Image Exif Viewer
Developer: zhang chao
Current Version: 3.3.0
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 9.4 MB - Download
Time-Limited Special Offer
Image Exif View is a useful tool to view the metadata (Exif, IPTC) stored in image files.
With dragging file(s) to Image Exif Viewer or icon on the Dock, You can easily view and compare the metadata of image files you taken by cameras or smartphones.
Notic: Want to change Image Exif data ? try our product Image Exif Editor:
1. Support most image formats:
jpeg, png,dxv, cr2, crw, mrs, tiff, dng, nef, pef, sr2, srw, orf,
pgf, raf, eps, xmp, gif, psd, tga, bmp, jp2 and so on.
2. Visible GPS geolocation and camera information
you can easily find where you token your photo on th map in
Image Exif View; You can also see the visible camera setting when taken this photo, in the Exposure tab.
3. Just type to search what you are interested in metadatas
just type the key words of the metadata tag or anything you are
interested in metadata, Image Exif View will show you the results in
red color, so just type to find what you want.
4. Easy to compare to image's metadata
you can open many images by just drag images to the icon on the Dock,
to compare the difference between images. You can conveniently drag
image on the image viewing to replace it.
5. Copy the Exif information for further use
you can easily copy the image's metadata to further use.
NOTICE: Images with no exif data will see no exif info when imported
If you have any questions, feel free to contact:
IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR 3.2.0, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED UPDATE THIS VERSION
1.Update for the latest Mac OS 10.11
2.Solve GPS map can not access network
Most Helpful Reviews
Help Interpreting Data - This App works just fine for me and gave a lot of EXIF data but I have some questions. Just bought a D7100 and tried to get the shutter count using this App. Took first pic and got a long list of data and the following sets of shutter counts: Exif.NikonSi02xx.ShutterCount1 value = 0 Exif.NikonSi02xx.ShutterCount2 value = 254 299 Exif.NikonSi02xx.ShutterCount value = 16777216 Exif.Nikon3.ShutterCount value = 2 On the 4th pic, got the following: Exif.NikonSi02xx.ShutterCount1 value = 0 Exif.NikonSi02xx.ShutterCount2 value = 255 185 Exif.NikonSi02xx.ShutterCount value = 16777216 Exif.Nikon3.ShutterCount value = 8 I assume the correct values are the last in the series. Any idea why is the number doubled (2 & 8 instead of 1 & 4)? Thanks for your helpful information!
No data from iPhone photo - ripoff - buyer beware - I'd like my money back. Just took photo from iPhone through a photo app - no exif data other than image size.
More Reviews for Current Version
Just the basics - If all you want is just the basic EXIF information, then you will like this app. But if you was such things as shutter count, forget it,
Great app - The GPS location works very well now and the ammount of info I get from one images is great. thank develop
Worth it - This app is worth the price (at this current special offer) because now I can conveniently view the Exif data of my photos. Though this is not an Exif data editor, this viewer app still has saved me times reading Exif data so that I can organize photos more efficiently.
Good - This is a great app for me and everyone to use, with this app I can view the metadata very easy and fast, this is a feature very helpful, thank you for your app, it’s so great.
Exif Viewer - This app is worth the price (at a previous special offer) because now I can conveniently view the Exif data of my photos. Though this is not an Exif data editor (note: the developer has a separate editor app), this viewer app still has saved me time reading Exif data so that I can organize photos more efficiently.