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You can also use PtEditor. You can extract a rectangular image and inject it back, although getting your hands on pteditor is no easy job. So far i found it here but does not have the pano12.dll


You could try this web site. It analyses the picture, so you don't need the EXIF data.


Some photo editing software also add the name of the editor into the file. So it would look like this EXtSoftware\x00Paint.NET v3.5.11 And it would be in the middle of the file.

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