ExifPro is an application meant to display, manipulate and browse photographs. In addition to showing images
ExifPro can also present information embedded in JPEG photographs. This information (called EXIF)
describes different parameters digital camera used while taking a shot. Most of nowadays digital cameras store
EXIF block inside photo JPEG file.
ExifPro main window: click on different screen shot areas to see descriptions of different ExifPro elements.
Apart from the ability to display images ExifPro offers many tools that
let you manipulate images.
ExifPro consists of two major elements: Main Window and
There are a few features of ExifPro application worth emphasizing:
ExifPro offers fast access to photographs both while scanning folders and opening them in a viewer. Caching
mechanism speeds up access to already visited folders.
- Color correction
The Image Color Correction provides more faithful display of the photographs.
- Aspect Ratio Correction
The Monitor Resolution along with the CRT Aspect Correction can restore original shapes
in displayed photographs. This option is a must if you use non 4:3 resolution, like 1280x1024, on a standard CRT.
Set of tools to conveniently manipulate JPEG files.
- Loss-less and Automatic Rotation
ExifPro can rotate JPEG images without any loss in quality (no decoding & encoding).
It also features an ability to rotate images automatically based on the orientation information stored by a digital camera.
An ability to apply tags to photographs and copy them to folders based on the tags makes
it easy to collect a group of images fulfilling your criteria.
- Canon and Nikon Raw Images
ExifPro can preview raw photos by accessing JPEG image embedded inside of them.
- File Info: IPTC
File information can be appended to photographs in the IPTC standard.
Photographs with GPS information stored inside EXIF block show longitude/latitude location.
ExifPro runs under the family of Windows operating systems, but Windows XP or later is recommended to fully exploit its
user interface. 256 MB of RAM or more and 1 GHz CPU or better is highly recommended.
ExifPro is written in C++ using MFC, STL and some boost.org libraries. ExifPro contains code to open and write JPEG
images written by IJG group (jpeglib) as well as additional image opening libraries (full listing is available in the About box).