Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Jcolman, Aug 17, 2008.
http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/index.html for IE
http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/iexif_firefox.htm for firefox
Nothing for my Mac??
put firefox on your mac
I have Firefox. The software Kristin linked is for for Win98 / Me / 2000 / XP
Most of the time when pics are uploaded the EXIF/Metadata is stripped.
download FireFox... then download the exif file viewer plugin for it.
i just drag it to the desktop, open it in EXIF Viewer, then delete the photo.
if you use firefox, exif viewer 1.45 will work as a mac firefox add-on.
too much work
Sorry, no idea
For MAC, download EXIF viewer. FF is on the mac, so with Safari you just drag the photo onto the icon and it pops up the exif info
not quite as much info as Opanda, but it's what I used for a long time.
I used to use Opanda to put my exif data on scanned film photos, but I'm trying to find one that allows me to freely edit data. Such as the camera used (only lists several types of digital SLRs).
I like it just as much, if not better than Safari. I haven't used Safari since (probably) the first week that I set up my Mac.
thanks! that was easy.
FF3 mac > safari
Thats what I'm using. LOVE IT.
I said the exact same thing except I added a small step. where's my love?
Firefox sucks, plain and simple. I've never understood why people feel firefox is the best browser ever made.
You didn't say the magic word; "download". I didn't have it so I went looking for it.
But here's some love for you anyway.
exif viewer ftw