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Which EXIF viewer let me do this?
I am a big fan of IrfanView, it's a very small and light weight image viewer, as I tend to work on slower computers. However it does not do one thing I need, display EXIF infomation, as fas as I know..

I want to know which small and light weight viewer that let me do this. I don't want any image manupulation function as I don't think anything is better than my trusty old Photoshop 6. It need to do:.

* View photos in full screen mode* Able to go to the next photo by the press of a hardware key, not mouse button.

* Display SELECTIVE exif infomation. I only want focal length; shutter; Aperture; ISO. I don't want all the other info clunstering the screen, and hopefully these numbers are display right at the full screen mode.* Be able to delete a photo by press of a button.

* I prefer it to be a very small and simple program. No 20MB download and unclicking "do you want to install yahoo bar" check box and all the c***..

Very simple requirement, like I said, I just need to know the name of the program so I can buy it...

Comments (9)

Hi,.

Before continuing: IrfanView is capable to show exif info, if you download exif plug-in from Irfan's website..

I personally prefer MaxView (from:http://www.faststone.org ), which is free too (without any adds on, btw)..

It is small and very fast piece of software -and does exactly what you're asking for:-you browse thru images in directory with left-right arrow key,-you see basic exif info by pressing "i" key (esc key for exit displaying exif),-deletes image file by pressing Del key,.... It is very worth to try it out..

Greetins,BogdanMy pictures are my memorieshttp://freeweb.siol.net/hrastni3/..

Comment #1

Whatever8 wrote:.

I am a big fan of IrfanView, it's a very small and light weight imageviewer, as I tend to work on slower computers. However it does notdo one thing I need, display EXIF infomation, as fas as I know..

I want to know which small and light weight viewer that let me dothis. I don't want any image manupulation function as I don't thinkanything is better than my trusty old Photoshop 6. It need to do:.

* View photos in full screen mode* Able to go to the next photo by the press of a hardware key, notmouse button* Display SELECTIVE exif infomation. I only want focal length;shutter; Aperture; ISO. I don't want all the other info clunsteringthe screen, and hopefully these numbers are display right at the fullscreen mode.* Be able to delete a photo by press of a button* I prefer it to be a very small and simple program. No 20MBdownload and unclicking "do you want to install yahoo bar" check boxand all the c***..

Very simple requirement, like I said, I just need to know the name ofthe program so I can buy it..

The program I use is a 1624 KB exe file (4.75 MB on disk).I almost always view in full screen using the left right arrow keys.Although the EXIF data isn't selective, my screen isn't cluttered.I delete a picture by pressing the Delete Key..

Without exiting, I can load Irfanview, Photoshop, or any other program for picture editing. The program I use has many other useful functions..

You can't buy the program I use, but they do appreciate donations..

Http://www.faststone.org/FSViewerDetail.htm.

Where am I, and what am I doing in this handbasket?..

Comment #2

Hbx2004 wrote:.

Hi,.

Before continuing: IrfanView is capable to show exif info, if youdownload exif plug-in from Irfan's website..

I personally prefer MaxView (from:http://www.faststone.org ), which is freetoo (without any adds on, btw).It is small and very fast piece of software -and does exactly whatyou're asking for:-you browse thru images in directory with left-right arrow key,-you see basic exif info by pressing "i" key (esc key for exitdisplaying exif),-deletes image file by pressing Del key,.... It is very worth to tryit out..

Greetins,BogdanMy pictures are my memorieshttp://freeweb.siol.net/hrastni3/.

Wow, it is even faster than IrfanView. And it let you do 100% crop comparision of two photos with just one key press! Thank you thank you!.

I am so glad I asked this question...

Comment #3

You can't buy the program I use, but they do appreciate donations..

Http://www.faststone.org/FSViewerDetail.htm.

An excellent program.Bertie..

Comment #4

KUSO EXIF viewer has a browse functionRiley.

I'd give my right arm to be ambidextrous (just)..

Comment #5

Another vote for Faststone, an excellent program. And a great batch editor / renamer as well..

I use PhotoMe for detailed EXIF work as well...

Comment #6

An extra vote each for Faststone Viewer and Kuso Exif Viewer..

Comment #7

ACDSee Pro2 will do this fine.Jules.

Why can't you blow bubbles with chewing gum?..

Comment #8

Hi,.

Try the excellent EXIF Image Viewer from:.

Http://home.pacbell.net/michal_k/.

It will list all the files in a folder with as much or as little EXIF data shown as you want and you can sort the columns too. So you can look at all this week's shots sorted by focal length, or shutter speed, or aperture etc. And hitting "Enter" shows them full screen and so on, just like most image viewers but masses more information shown. And easily adapted to show just what you want..

It's one of those bits of free software that makes you wonder how others can _sell_ software....

Regards, David..

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