The latest version of Exif Pilot not only lets you edit the EXIF data of your photos, but now the list of supported images types has been expanded.
Two Pilots have released a new version of Exif Pilot. With Exif Pilot, you can see not only your photo image but also the accompanying metadata. You can view, edit, and create EXIF data.
Flash energy, aperture, exposure time, ISO, focal length... You may or may not be familiar with these technical characteristics, but you can adjust these camera settings, or you can simply photograph in automatic mode. In either case, these parameters define the quality of the photo images. Each time you take an image, your digital camera records date and time information along with technical parameters. This information is stored in a special format called EXIF. That is one of the advantages of digital photography.
In the new version of Exif Pilot, the list of supported image formats is significantly expanded. Now the program allows reading and editing the following file formats: JPEG, TIFF, PNG, DNG, NEF, PEF, CRW, and JP2. Read-only support is provided for these formats: PSD, RAF, CR2, MRW, ARW, and many others.
You can edit the date and time of your images. A necessary feature for crossing time zones while traveling, for instance. EXIF data are shown in a simple table without the need for difficult adjustment. The program also allows you to export data to an Excel table for analysis and storage. Batch editing is available with the Pro version.
With Exif Pilot, you can see what your digital camera knows and change the data as well. Exif Pilot product line includes Exif Pilot Lite (free version), Exif Pilot, and Exif Pilot Pro. Exif Pilot Pro price is 39.95. For more information please visit the Exif Pilot
website. The programs work on Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7 platforms.