Doesn't work properly. Very strange behaviour on Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in trying to select directories and multiple files for batch processing; will probably have to replace with a better app.
I used to have problems but I eventually found that by changing a setting in my photo editing app, on the 'save' page, this editor works flawlessly, reading & saving the exif data, which can then 'all' be edited or added to if required. It's perfect!
Works well. Simple interface. Recommended
To Willi Bald This App is a GUI for libexif.so. ExifTool is also an platform-independent Perl library plus a command-line application for reading,writing and editing metadata. Don't get mad at me, but I can't agree with what you've said about Batch processing. The only reason why you can duplicate a file is for building you a personal sidecar file. What really can be a little bit confusing , is a workflow where "multiple images" is chosen. But the batch processing with directory's works very nice.
Cool. Just what I was looking for in order to batch-edit GPS information for a vast load of pictures.
Losing ground I used to be able to rely on this app. No longer. It's as lost as Google Photos. If Google is unable to properly track photos on a device, I hold little hope for this app. Google has allegedly resolved its SD card security troubles through the Lollipop release, and still no upgrade for this app?
- Fixed typo.