ExifTool by Phil Harvey is a fantastic tool to edit the exif metadata on your pictures. It is especially useful when you have a lot of pictures to edit and have no desire to change metadata by hand.
ExifTool is a practical tool for checking, editing, and writing metadata for any photo you have stored on your Mac. In fact, the application is compatible with multiple formats, including EXIF, GPS, IPTC, XMP, JFIF, GeoTIFF, ICC Profile, Photoshop IRB, FlashPix, and AFCP. ExifTool by Phil Harvey Read, Write and Edit Meta Information! Also available - Utility to fix Nikon NEF images corrupted by Nikon software ExifTool is a platform-independent Perl library plus a command-line application for reading, writing and editing meta information in a wide variety of files.
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C ExifTool: Performance-oriented C interface for the exiftool application (by Phil Harvey) Download sample AppleScript to extract tags into AppleScript record (thanks to Rob Lewis) Download example of a simple Visual C wrapper for exiftool (thanks Mark Borg and 黃瑞昌) Download C# version of simple exiftool wrapper (thanks Willem. ExifTool by Phil Harvey is a fantastic tool to edit the exif metadata on your pictures. It is especially useful when you have a lot of pictures to edit and have no desire to change metadata by hand. This post will be an ever growing list of useful exiftool commands and scripts. Remove Exif Properties from Pictures. This project represents the most robust Java integrations with Phil Harvey's excellent ExifTool available.
This post will be an ever growing list of useful exiftool commands and scripts.
Remove Exif Properties from Pictures
If you are uploading a picture to a public website, it would be wise to scrub any exif properties - especially if there are GPS exif properties. You can do this with the following command:
If you are in a directory with many pictures that you want to scrub the exif data from, you can use a wildcard to process them all:
Find Files Missing Exif Properties
You can quickly figure out if a picture is missing a particular exif property by running the following command. In this example, I want to see if my picture has the DateTimeOriginal exif property set:
If you have a folder of pictures to check, or even a folder contaning even more folders of pictures, you can simply replace /path/to/picture.jpg with /path/to/picture/directory/:
The picture does not have the DateTimeOriginal exif property if its file name is returned.
Ryan M provides more insight into finding and fixing images with no exif dates.
Add CreateDate Exif Property to a Picture
If your picture was taken on June 29, 2007 at 1:38:55 PM, you can add the CreateDate exif property to your picture with the following command:
Exiftool Windows 10
Add CreateDate Exif Property and Copy DateTimeOriginal Exif Property Value to It
I had a situation where many of my pictures did not have the CreateDate exif property but they did have the DateTimeOriginal exif property. I wanted the CreateDate exif property to have the same value as the DateTimeOriginal exif property. ExifTool’s if functionality makes this easy to fix:
ExifTool will always copy the original picture and then make its modifications. If you want it to overwrite the original picture, add
-overwrite_original_in_place to the exiftool command line.