ExifCleaner 1.5

ExifCleaner is a batch photographic utility that lets you to remove Exif tags, geotags, Adobe XMP and IPTC from JPEG images. This protects your privacy, helps you to hide unneeded, undesirable or sometimes sensitive information - about the image, photographer and location. Did you know that every photo produced with a modern digital camera contains it?
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59 votes Vote

make it usable with other photo formats i.e- raw , cr2. not just jpeg's otherwise excellent program.

Aideebar, 25.02.2011, 12:06
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42 votes Vote

Be able to select certain fields.

It would be useful to have the ability to select some fields for cleaning but leave other intact (select all but date for instance.)
Katie Puxley, 25.02.2011, 11:48
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41 votes Vote

Have more file formats, perhaps update is so you can edit the data too.

Dwarf2000, 25.02.2011, 13:29
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32 votes Vote

It would be nice if program could work not only with EXIF. Some programs (like from Adobe) have sometimes written loads of useless rubbish in a picture. Lot of data can also be hidden elsewhere in a JFIF, and it would be nice if it would be possible

It would be nice if program could work not only with EXIF. Some programs (like from Adobe) have sometimes written loads of useless rubbish in a picture. Lot of data can also be hidden elsewhere in a JFIF, and it would be nice if it would be...
Marius, 25.02.2011, 11:55
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19 votes Vote

have the option to save the file to a new name not XXXcleaned.xxx

Joe Ragon, 25.02.2011, 16:33
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4 votes Vote

have an option to clean a picture using the right click menu in my file manager. Could also add this to the 'send to' menu. Drag and drop into the program would be great, too.

friendinme, 25.02.2011, 15:54
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3 votes Vote

Is it a portable one, if not see to have a portability.

I liked it.Thanks
Kishore, 25.02.2011, 11:27
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3 votes Vote

export the EXIF data to a text file so it's still available for me to see even if I don't want other people to see it.

Gareth, 25.02.2011, 16:19
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0 votes Vote

have all exif information exported to a csv record also containng the filename that would allow you to create a database based on the exif information

guus, 25.02.2011, 19:33
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0 votes Vote

Have more formats

Have more Formats
Lawl, 26.02.2011, 04:03
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Make it show the XMP data (from Adobe)

ExifCleaner will remove XMP data (as inserted by Adobe and other programs) but it doesn't actually show the data. It would be good if it displayed the xmp data the same as the exif data
Natalie, 26.02.2011, 06:10
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