Software update: ExifTool 10.95




Phil Harvey has released version 10.95 of ExifTool. ExifTool is a free and cross-platform program with which the metadata of a large number of files can be managed and edited. It works from the commandline, but there are third-party solutions available, so that it can also be used with a graphical user interface. Since version 10.90 the following changes and improvements have been made:

Changes in version 10.95
Added new Nikon LensIDs (thanks to Warren Hatch, LibRaw and Jami Bradley)
Added a new Sony LensType (thanks Jos Roost)
Decode a new Samsung tag (thanks LibRaw)
Decode Photoshop Lr16 layer information
Decode more Leica tags (thanks LibRaw)
Updated DarwinCore tags to current specification
Improved validation of JPEG files
Disabled writing or buggy Samsung EK-GN120 SRW files
Fixed conversion for Nikon D850 ExposureDelayMode (thanks to Jami Bradley)
Fixed “x outside string” error when reading a truncated zip file
Fixed “uninitialized value” error when writing a corrupted JPEG image
Changes in version 10.94
Added read / write support for Canon CRM files
Added a new Sony LensType (thanks Jos Roost)
Added a new CanonModelID
Decode a new Samsung tag (thanks LibRaw)
Fixed AIColorModel conversion
Changes in version 10.93
Added a new Canon Quality value (thanks to Norbert Wasser)
Added a new Pentax Quality value (thanks LibRaw)
Decode some new Sony ARW tags (thanks Jos Roost)
Decode some AI-specific tags from PDF and PostScript files
Decode a new QuickTime tag
Enhanced -geotag option to support NMEA from GLONASS and other systems
Fixed bug decoding seconds or ZIP file timestamps (thanks Lars Wallenborn)
Changes in version 10.92
Decode GPS from videos or more camera models
Tolerate white space before header in PDF files
Changes in version 10.91
Added read / write support for MacOS FileCreateDate (writing this is the same as MDItemFSCreationDate, which is not the delayed update issue of MDItemFSCreationDate)
Added ability to write MacOS MDItemUserTags (requires “tag” utility)
Decode a new Sony tag (thanks LibRaw)
Properly un-escape quotes in extracted MacOS MDItem values
Fixed another subtle order-of-operations anomaly
API Changes:
Enhanced GetValue () to accept a tag name with group prefix (es)

Version number 10.95
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, BSD, macOS, Solaris, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 10
Phil Harvey
File size 4.19MB
License type Freeware


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