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remove EXIF tags from photos ExifCleaner enables you to remove specific EXIF tags from your digital images. All digital cameras store additional information in your photos, including a wide range of technical data, camera model, exposure settings, owner information and much more. While this information can be very useful to manage and identify your images, it may cause privacy concerns for those who are sharing their photos on the Internet. ExifCleaner allows you to remove the information that you don`t want to disclose for privacy reasons (e.g. personal keywords, photographer name, GPS location etc.) while leaving other information intact. In addition to EXIF tags, the program can also remove XMP, IPTC (including the whole Photoshop IRB section), ICC profile, Adobe APP14 segment and JPEG comments from your files. You can also choose to strip tags completely, which can be useful if you want to reduce the size of your images to save some disk space. ExifCleaner does not alter the actual images data and all operations are performed lossless. Copyright Snapfiles.com

Trial Limitations: 30-day trial, only process up to 7 files at once

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Publisher SuperUtils Software (5) Price $15.95
Version 1.8  history Last updated Mar 29, 2012
File Size 1.20 Mb Requirements None

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This program works, but... 3 stars by wildgoosespeeder Mar 19, 2011 (Read all my 52 reviews)
This program works and removes all Exif data as expected really easily. The only flaw with this program is that it is shareware. I am not paying 15 just for a program that does one thing well. Any freeware utility in general can do more than what this program does and that is really rather sad. Since this program is shareware, I'll pass up on this. If this were freeware, I would highly recommend this to many people to protect their privacy uploading pictures to Facebook or something. Don't get me wrong. Some shareware programs are worth buying if they contain a boatload of useful features but this utility is not worth buying. show Review details
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