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EXIFExchangeable Image File (Japan Electronic Industry Development Association, JEIDA, compressed image format used in digital cameras)
EXIFExchangeable Image Format
EXIFExtended Information Format
EXIFExtended Range Imaging File (file format; less common usage)
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Photos Exif Editor allows you to edit and modify metadata, in an extremely simple manner that saves tons of manual effort.
Photo manipulation and paint software such as Adobe Photoshop can be used to view, read, edit and extract EXIF information.
Figure 4: EXIF tags from a Reconyx Wildlife Camera File Name: IMG 0001.JPG Directory:.
* software for image comparison by image information, not by parameters, Exif (Exchangeable image file format--metadata embedded into a photograph by a digital camera) contained in each image, e.g.
Organising photographs any which way you want-Date taken; faces; tags; cameras and even with deadly accurate location data-if you're using a new mobile device with Global Positioning saved in the Exchangeable File Format (EXIF).
With the new GPS feature, the Panasonic LUMIX ZS7 is the ultimate travel companion, and can record the latitude and longitude in the EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) data, while also displaying the location information real-time while shooting and during playback.
Then any images I make will have files time-stamped with the correct UT and this should be recorded in the internal EXIF data too.
This information can then be cross referenced with warranty cards to find owners or scanned on MySpace or Flickr by using the EXIF (image file format used by digital cameras) metadata on the files.
However, there are practical difficulties, including the synchronisation of the camera clock with the GPS, failure to link without exact time matching and accessing the image timestamp which is stored in the EXIF header of the digital image.