ExifDataView v1.15 Updated

Andrew Lee on 3 Jul 2022
  • 104KB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 28 Jun 2022
  • Suggested by Checker

ExifDataView reads and displays the metadata data stored inside .JPG image files generated by digital cameras. This "EXIF" data includes the name of the company created the camera, camera model, the date/time that the photograph was taken, Exposure Time, ISO Speed, GPS information (for digital cameras with GPS), and more.

This is useful both for photographers and for finding out more information on a given photograph.

Runs on:Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch ExifDataView.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: ExifToolGUI
What's new?
  • Added /GoogleMaps command-line option, to open the location of the specified .jpg file in Google Maps.
  • Added new option: 'Explorer Context Menu - Open In ExifDataView'. If you turn on this option, 'Open In ExifDataView' menu item is added to the context menu of .jpg files.
  • Added new option: 'Explorer Context Menu - Open In Google Maps'. If you turn on this option, 'Open In Google Maps' menu item is added to the context menu of .jpg files.

2 comments on ExifDataView  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

outskirter 2014-02-15 15:15

It works for me, Jebug. Are you sure the image file you're trying to open contains EXIF data? Some image files either don't have any to begin with, or have been modified in an image editor that has destroyed the EXIF data when saving the modified file. It happened to me a number of times until I switched to a different editor.

Besides, most good image viewers and editors can display EXIF data, so a separate tool isn't usually necessary.


Jebug 2014-02-15 10:06

It's not working: I try to open a file in it, and nothing happens


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