With ExifExtractor 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.
The 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.
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.
You have already installed Google Earth? Then just try this:
Note: Some image applications don't handle the Exif information properly while modifying the photos. We can recommend the free available software IrfanView for image manipulation.