QIC distinguishing factor is its support for various RAW formats -- but please note that although such file's properties can be viewed and modified without any additional software, the Microsoft Camera Codec Pack needs to be installed for images to be displayed.
http://www.quickimagecomment.de/ wrote:Quick Image Comment was written to enter and change simply and quickly the user comment and artist (author) in digital images (e.g. JPEG and TIFF). These attributes are read from the EXIF, IPTC, and XMP properties of the image and are stored there.
QIC User Manual author wrote:The settings made in the program (via the various masks for configuration) and further information such as the recently displayed folder, size of masks, etc. are stored in a configuration file:
%APPDATA%\QuickImageComment.ini (32-bit version)
%APPDATA%\QuickImageCommentX64.ini (64-bit version)
The program package includes a general configuration file, which is located in the program directory:
QuickImageCommentGeneral.ini (32-bit version)
QuickImageCommentX64General.ini (64-bit version)
Settings of the general configuration file in %APPDATA% have priority over the settings of the file in the program directory.
Latest 32 or 64-bit QIC version (currently v4.19) can be downloaded from http://www.quickimagecomment.de/index.php/en/download.