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  • Change Camera Setting With AnyEXIF

    How to change the data and properties on a Jpeg, Tiff or RAW image file format? If you’re searching for a freeware that does simple exif editing, look no further. AnyEXIF has the capability to edit exif data. You can change the description, tags, authors, copyright information, data modified and many more.

    What Camera Info You Can Change by Using AnyEXIF?
    • Modification of the most EXIF, IPTC and XMP metadata tags for JPEG and TIFF files
    • Equipment library to store metadata properties of the film cameras and other analog equipment
    • Custom XMP schema for film camera properties (e.g. film name, exposure number etc.) and user-defined XMP schema for extra flexibility
    • Batch operations (copy metadata from another file, auto-fill exposure number)
    • Customizable set of the supported metadata tags
    If you are using Mac computer, AnyEXIF. com would be an all-in-one software to view, add, edit, and remove Exif info, such as Camera Setting.

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