ExifCleaner facilitates a fast method for removing EXIF information from image files, in order to reduce total size occupied on disk. It comes in handy when you're dealing with numerous pictures on digital cameras, for instance.
The setup operation is brief and uneventful. The app is wrapped in a user-friendly interface consisting of a window where you can add JPG and JPEG files to the list using either the file browser or tree view. Drag-and-drop is not supported but batch processing is, meaning that you can remove EXIF data from multiple files at the same time.
|Crack size||~ 500KB|
|Systems||Win 2K, Win XP, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 2003, Win 2008|
The list of files shows the name, EXIF state and directory for each item, along with the thumbnail of the selected image. It is possible to strip EXIF data entirely or create an inclusion or exclusion list with tags to remove or spare (e.g. image description, equipment make, camera model, orientation).
Furthermore, you can ask ExifCleaner Keygen to replace original files, rename the modified ones and place them in the source or custom folder, prompt for confirmation on overwriting and when removing metadata, preserve the last modification dates, remove FlashPix extensions if they exist, and so on. The cleaning procedure is initialized with the click of a button.
The software utility requires a low quantity of CPU and RAM to work properly, so it does not hog system resources. It has a good response time and finishes a job rapidly and without errors. We have not come across any kind of issues in our tests, since the tool did not hang or crash.
Thanks to its advanced, yet intuitive options, ExifCleaner meets the requirements of most users when it comes to removing EXIF information from JPEG images. There's also a portable edition available, if you want to bypass the installer and run the app directly from a USB storage device.
Christian, 02 August 2017
thank you soooo much
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