Opanda IExif

Opanda IExif

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EXIF viewer for IE and Firefox Opanda IExif enables you to view EXIF data of images directly from Internet Explorer, using the IE right-click menu. You can also view EXIF/GPS and IPTC data for local images. The program supports EXIF 2.21 standards, TIPP6 and extend EXIF tags, as well as EXIF thumbnail display. This version automatically integrates with Internet Explorer, however, a plugin can be added to extend the features to Firefox. Copyright Snapfiles.com

Product Details

Publisher Opanda Studio (4) Price Free
Version 2.3 Last updated Jun 04, 2007
File Size 2.56 Mb Requirements None

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It's alright but not spectacular 3 stars by gimpguy Sep 15, 2011 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
First, it does work in Firefox but you have to simply go to the site and download the extension. I would assume a right click function locally is only for the power editor or pro version. Currently Kuso is what I use, has right click locally etc... and free but not for Firefox (dead web page no link to plugin) so was hoping Opanda would be a bit better in that area and was, (like Firefox support) but lacked in others. It's not easy finding an exif viewer that fits all needs and free. I won't pay for one, don't use it enough nor is it that important for what I do so a simple right click and view works fine, which Opanda does not do locally. You can still open the editor and view images that way. I could possibly create a right click insert for this as well but no guarantees it would work. If I had to use this constantly, I would simply purchase Opanda and be done with it as it would have much more to offer. The free version is alright but again, if you are a power user of exif applications, I don't think this free version will do much for you. show Review details
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