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ImgDescribe allows you to edit some of the EXIF metadata that are stored with an image from a digital camera.

WIth ImgDescribe you can change description, author and copyright fields in a single image or in a list of images. ImgDescribe can use simple text file or a descript.ion file prepared by other other software.

NOTE: When editing an image some Exif fields will be lost. I don't know why but when writing exif fields GDI+ seems to keep only a few of the old fields, others are destroyed so I strongly advise you to make a backup copy of your original images before using ImgDescribe on them.

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