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    "Junk, doesn't work and has nag screen"

    July 12, 2009  |   By cbrocious


    I didn't find any.


    For a product with EXIF in the name, it should read EXIF data, but it does not. No thumbnails either.


    On JPEG images taken right form the camera it will not read the EXIF data or generate a thumbnail. Only on images I have already edited in Photoshop.

    I was looking for a light program that could quickly show EXIF data without having to open Photoshop. This one doesn't work. Uninstallled within 5 minutes.

    Also, there's a nag screen on startup.

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  • Reply by XPY on June 12, 2011

    For me, it perfectly reads the data (tags and thumbnails). I guess your camera somehow produces faulty data, or maybe you don't know how to use the program.

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