Exiftool Add on

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Pravin
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Exiftool Add on

Post by Pravin » Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:10 am

Can some one help exactly which file to download and how to add in to Addon folder. I downloaded Image-ExifTool-10.46 from http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/index.html unzipped and added all files to Addon folder but it did not work. I also downloaded exiftool-10.46.zip, unzipped, renamed to exiftool.exe and pasted in addon folder and that too did not work. Thanks.

Erixx haxx
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Re: Exiftool Add on

Post by Erixx haxx » Sat Mar 18, 2017 12:44 pm

Hello:

Exactly what are you trying to do. Exiftool.exe should already come with XnviewMp inside addons folder. Though, usually a later or non current version.
This is used to read meta data and shows up in the info/properties Panel>> exiftool tab. Inside the Browser view.

Thanks

mudo_j
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Re: Exiftool Add on

Post by mudo_j » Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:37 pm

Hi!

I'm using the portable version of XnView MP 0.84 x64 on Windows. The exiftool.exe file is in the XnViewMP\AddOn folder. I update it regularly with the latest version, without problems.

Have a nice day!

Pravin
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Re: Exiftool Add on

Post by Pravin » Wed Mar 22, 2017 11:51 am

Thanks for your response. I had XnView Classic, while editing GPS data, I got a message that need to install Exiftool. Based on your suggestion I installed XnViewMP. But can not find a way to edit GPS data. Can you please help.

Thanks
Erixx haxx wrote:Hello:

Exactly what are you trying to do. Exiftool.exe should already come with XnviewMp inside addons folder. Though, usually a later or non current version.
This is used to read meta data and shows up in the info/properties Panel>> exiftool tab. Inside the Browser view.

Thanks

Erixx haxx
Posts: 330
Joined: Tue Jul 28, 2015 10:37 am

Re: Exiftool Add on

Post by Erixx haxx » Wed Mar 22, 2017 8:58 pm

Hi:
Thanks for your response. I had XnView Classic, while editing GPS data, I got a message that need to install Exiftool
Ok, your OP was for classic. You should Ask that in the Classic forum. Someone should help you their. Don't forget to include your OS and Xn version.

As for MP, Edit is under: Tools>> Metadata... I know, weird... Edit under Tools.

As for showing the GPS Tab or map, I've never used it yet, and can't figure it out either. Looks like it uses google maps and I don't like downloading Google stuff to my PC.
Maybe someone will explain this.

**Edit** Seems the GPS Tab with map auto shows inside the info panel when your file has GPS data embedded.
Google Maps must already be embedded into the program.

Thanks

Pravin
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Re: Exiftool Add on

Post by Pravin » Tue Mar 28, 2017 12:00 pm

Thanks. Your reply helps me to add GPS data in to photographs where there was no such data.
Regards
Erixx haxx wrote:Hi:
Thanks for your response. I had XnView Classic, while editing GPS data, I got a message that need to install Exiftool
Ok, your OP was for classic. You should Ask that in the Classic forum. Someone should help you their. Don't forget to include your OS and Xn version.

As for MP, Edit is under: Tools>> Metadata... I know, weird... Edit under Tools.

As for showing the GPS Tab or map, I've never used it yet, and can't figure it out either. Looks like it uses google maps and I don't like downloading Google stuff to my PC.
Maybe someone will explain this.

**Edit** Seems the GPS Tab with map auto shows inside the info panel when your file has GPS data embedded.
Google Maps must already be embedded into the program.

Thanks

Petrovic1979
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Joined: Sat Jun 16, 2018 7:00 pm

Re: Exiftool Add on

Post by Petrovic1979 » Sat Jun 16, 2018 7:08 pm

Hello!

there is any way to export EXIF + ExifTool metadata of several images to a .csv file with this software? I only can do it for EXIF but not dor ExifTool ...

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