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Hi – I’m interested in your ExiF viewer. I am interested in finding out how many pictures (shutter releases) I have taken with my Nikon D50 DSLR. Will you software provide this information?
I bought the ExiF editor to change the date created metadata of a number of old photos I had previously scanned. How do I get a date before 1969? That seems to be the earliest year in ExiF
I just downloaded IMAGE EXIF EDITOR from the App store. It does not do anything. It opens with the present date and time, but I can’t get an image into it. File size = 5383759 Version 2
My system is a Mac Pro with Snow Leopard.
WELL I SURE CAN’T GET THIS PROGRAM TO CHANGE ANY DATES. SOMEHOW ACCIDENTLY GOT ONE FILE DATE TO CHANGE BUT THE DATE DOESN’T SHOW UP IN FINAL CUT AND CAN’T SORT BY IT IN ANYTHING. WHERE IS THE HELP FILE? WHAT A WASTE OF $10.
Might be helpful if you had technical documentation to assist purchasers of your product. For the life of me, I’m unable to change my existing EXIF photograph information in any batch routine. Vexing to say the least because I thought that’s what I purchased your product to do.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
If you have any question please contact me for help, I will send back to you within 24 hours
hi, can your image exif editor able to change camera make, camera model, lens data…etc?
IEE is the best tool for editing your exif metadata such as camera make, model, lens and so on.
So it’s sure It can do the task you want to and do it perfectly. If you have any problem please contact me for help. Thanks.
How can I add one hour to the creation time of a large number of photos without having to do it separately on each photo? I realized I had forgot to adjust the time on the camera when travelling between time zones.
I’m using ImageExifEditor version 4.4 and am running it on a Mac with OS X El Capitan version 10.11.3.
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