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Add GPS information to Photos with GeoSetter

GeoSetter is a free, comprehensive tool that lets you add location information (GPS data) to photos using Google map and lets you view and edit metadata such as IPTC, XMP and Exif of image files. The tool is useful, for example, travelers can add GPS data to images taken by them.

Of course, several most modern smart phones such as the iPhone, Android, Blackberry and others have good camera and built-in GPS system to add location information and other details to picture, but you can use GeoSetter if you do not have such one.

GeoSetter supports most digital camera formats and image formats such as JPEG , TIFF , DNG (Adobe), CRW, CR2, THM (Canon), NEF, NRW (Nikon), MRW (Konica Minolta), PEF (Pentax), ORF (Olympus), ARW, SR2, SRF (Sony), RAF (Fujifilm), RW2 ,RAW (Panasonic) and RWL (Leica)

You can download GeoSetter at source for free


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