trEXIF Image Reader
trEXIF v5.3.5 Release Notes
Primarily an EXIF Image Information Reader, Analyser & Archiving Tool, trEXIF relies on standard meta-data coupled with the understanding of maker specific information to provide you with as much data as is available.
With applications in Medicine (X-Ray & scans archiving), Archaeology, Religion & Law, trEXIF makes an indispensable tool for archiving images and documents with easy access to locate your information.
Typical Uses: Compression, Organisation and Location of Images, Resolution Extinction, Lens Optimum Aperture Sharpness, Depth of Field, Light fall off, Ghosting & Flaring, Chromatic Aberrations, Luminance & Chrominance Noise, Accuracy & Consistency of Metering Systems, Highlights & Underexposure, Vignetting, Tone Curves, Contrast & Sharpness Levels.
Uses trIAC (TRaffic Image Analysis & Compression) Technology
trEXIF is based on the tried, tested and regularly updated trIAC graphics engine which can produce both 100% accurate Histograms and also display our Luminance and Chrominance Charts for an even better understanding of your pictures' exposure.
Efficient & User Friendly Interface
The way in digital photo information is presented is very important. In trEXIF, you simply select a folder and scroll through the list of photos rather than going through lengthy menu procedures to select an photo for viewing. trEXIF also allows you to include subfolders and select photos taken with a specific camera or containing a specific content.
EXIF Data Copy & Paste
The use of commercially available software generally fails to include all of the EXIF Data back into the image. By keeping a copy of the original image, you can now copy such information from the original and paste back into the edited file.
Superior Photo Compression
The configurable photo compression feature is fast and uses what is probably the most lossless compression algorithm to date. Developed in-house, the compression feature can be used for either a single image or in batch process mode providing you with the facility to compress all your images in a selected folder. At 92% (default) compression, your images retain the original dimensions and yet, the file size is reduced to around 70% of its original size with no visible artifacts.
Photo Date and Time Correction
The file date and time information of an photo can be easily corrected using the Date & Time Change Utility which uses date and time information obtained from the image file itself. This important utility allows you to sort files by date in both Windows Explorer and any other file browsing utility. The can be executed for a single photo or for all photos in a folder and subsequent subfolders.
trEXIF also allows for the Editing of the Date Taken, Date Digitized and Date Modified EXIF data. This can be very useful for changing these dates if, for example, your camera's date and time were not properly set or if you would like to hide the fact that a photo was edited. trEXIF, unlike most other commercial applications, DOES NOT DESTROY any of your EXIF information.
Folder Exposure Averages
Works out average focal length, Aperture, Shutter Speed & ISO for the folder you're currently working with.
Batch Photo Resizing & Naming
For batch image resizing, the Create Resized Images utility included in trEXIF will do this for you. A new subfolder is automatically created where the resized and compressed copies of your photos are stored while leaving your original photos intact. Both the compression quality and picture size parameters can be configured..
Minimum System Requirements
- Microsoft Windows™ XP (SP2) and above
- Intel Pentium™ 3 running at 500MHz or AMD™ equivalent
- 512MB RAM
- 30-50MB Hard Disk Space
- SVGA (800x600) Graphics Adapter with 24 bit colour support
trEXIF Free Download
The free trial version is fully functional but has a 10 minute time limit and will run for a maximum of 5 times before it will require registration.
Installation Instructions: Unzip the trEXIF files to a temporary setup folder and double click setup to start the installation procedure, then follow the installation instructions on the screen.