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Viewing EXIF Data

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 464chief, Jan 31, 2016.

  1. 464chief

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    In Mac OSX, if I select "get info" it shows some of the data, but I want to see all the fields of data in the photo, including; GPS, time w/seconds pic was taken, and whatever other data is recorded with the photo.

    Is there an app that does this, it can be windows or Mac OS.

    For some reason I took two different flights and the "get info" tells me the two flights are at the same time, even though they were several hours apart and at least 15 min long. this is for a flight that i collected 150+ photos per flight.

    Why is the photo timecstamp wrong in the finder? And How can I sort nearly 300 photos in proper order.
     
  2. Sagebrush

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    I use iExifer on my Mac for the metadata. Works well.

    In Apple's Finder: Go to View/ShowViewOptions and add "Date Created." I think that'll work.

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  3. Charles Joseph

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    Any good photo editor like Photoshop or PaintShopPro will show Exif data. Irfanview (Irfanview.com) is a pretty good free editor that will display the data, and the default photo viewer in Win 10 will show the Exif if you right click the picture & select File Info.
     
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  4. 464chief

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    Thanks you guys, that helped a lot.