Via the button to refresh the file information of the input folder you can now recognize newly added photos with just one mouseclick.
With ExifExtractor Desktop you get the option to get access to all Exif information of your digital photos and implement them to GIS independent data formats. Additionally you get the possibility to implement extracted data into different GI-Systems.
ExifExtractor ExportThe cost-efficient module subscripts all photos containing GPS information in the Exif header. The only assumption is the usage of Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 2000 or Windows NT. The GPS information will be extracted from the Exif header of each photo inside a given folder - optionally within all subfolders - and afterwards saved in a broad range of formats. The new version of ExifExtractor offers a lot of useful features which allow a sustainable photo management.
An outstanding improvement is the renaming and moving of image files with batch processes. Hundreds of photos can be renamed with a customized pattern. You sort your photos regarding the record date, the record location or just regarding the index? No problem. New photos can be integrated into your preferred classification system any time.
|Harddisk||22 MB for the extension ExifExtractor NG|
|Operating system||Win 7, Win XP, Win NT, Win 2000|
|System rights||Administration rights for installation and uninstalling.|
Available output formats
- ASCII CSV file
- XML file
- Google KML file
- KMZ file
- Esri Shape File
Consequently the photos can be integrated in any desired GI-System, database and mapping application, e.g. in Google Earth. The free available software visualizes your GPS photos at the recording location without the necessity of a GI-System or having the corresponding maps.
What's new in ExifExtractor NG?
The updates in ExifExtractor NG gives you the ability to manage images effectively and sustainably. With the feature of batch processing you can rename hundreds of pictures in one step or attach additional attributes.
Display of photos within Google Earth (KML/KMZ)
The KML / KMZ export has been extended to the feature of the photo display. In order to visualize your photo with geo information and atrribute information in Google Earth.
Direction icons visualize compass information of photos within Google Earth
ExifExtractor desktop reads compass information from the exif data of your photos and displays them on Google Earth using the directional icons. Beside the location of the photo the direction is now visualized within Google Earth.
Presentation of the photos in the PDF report in portrait and landscape format
ExifExtractor reads the orientation direction of the photos from the Exif data of the photos. As of now the photos in the PDF reports are automatically aligned.
Display of 20 memo values within Google Earth (KML/KMZ)
All 20 memo values of Ricoh's G700SE can now be displayed in the popup window for each photo location within Google Earth.
Button to refresh file information of input folder
Support of 20 memo fields of Ricoh's G700SE
The new Ricoh G700SE allows storage of 20 different categories of memos. With ExifExtractor NG 3.06 you can now export these values ??into tables, Google Earth files, Esri shapefiles, XML formats and create clear PDF reports. ExifExtractor now allows the grouping of the reports about the new memo. Similarly, the photos can be renamed by user-defined patterns of these memo values.
Creation of PDF reports
With ExifExtractor you have the opportunity to create PDF reports. You can select the exif columns as grouping method.
This gives you the ability to capture all the photos with the same attribute within the same pdf file. Beside the photos, all selected exif values including the Ricoh memo fields will be exported.
Renaming with individual patterns
You have hundreds, maybe thousands of photos on your computer and your own proven system of order?
With ExifExtractor NG you can rename your photos with one step via batch processing. The naming pattern, you define by yourself can use EXIF fields (eg date, memos), own text and / or indexes. You add the images easily into your system for easy finding. At the same time you have the opportunity to move the images to a new folder. The original files remain intact or will be overwritten as desired.
You can rename your files in one step with generating an output file or separately.
Adding data fields and content in the output file
Batch processing is also available for adding data fields in the output file. An additional field "photographer" could for example be populated with your name. This can be used to add your additional content information to your photos afterwards. In a shapefile this value is stored in the attribute table and can also be used as a selection parameter.
Manual selection of exif fields to be read
In the Exif header of your photos a lot of information is stored. Not all of this information is relevant to you later or even annoying.
To help you keeping an overview, you have the option to manually select the fields that should be read by ExifExtractor and stored in the output file.
Advanced creation of shapefiles
The creation of shapefiles has been improved in the new version. This concerns the transfer of the memo values which are stored with Ricoh's G700SE. Category names are now included in a separate box in the shape file.
New output format KMZ
The new edition KMZ format corresponds to a compressed KML file in a ZIP container. It also allows the integration of the images in Google Earth. In opposite to the KML format the images are embedded in the KMZ file, and not just linked. Therefore, this format is particularly suited for sending and sharing of projects.