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Adding data to an EXIF file

What is the best metadata editor?

Edit: for (OS) Windows 7 Starter, for geolocation I'm thinking to use Picasa. But, what is the best and simple metadata editor? for JPG

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marked as duplicate by Rowland Shaw Oct 29 '10 at 12:31

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As it currently reads, this question is highly subjective. It would be useful to edit the question to include details of what you're trying to edit; One editor may be specialised for a specific task, such as geocoding; and others may be specific to a single operating system/platform. –  Rowland Shaw Sep 20 '10 at 11:23
    
Possible duplicate: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/1177/… –  Rowland Shaw Sep 20 '10 at 11:28
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For geocoding photos, I've always used Microsoft Pro Photo Tools which is free and lets you drag and drop onto a map (or aerial view, if you prefer) - it also allows you to upload a GPX track from a GPS unit, and you can match up against that. It also supports setting other metadata, such as photographer information, keywords, or adjusting dates and times.

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