Modern photography purportedly have more advantages to it than you can imagine One of them being tagging metadata information to the snaps. The metadata contains various information such as camera make, model, date taken, ISO used, focal length etc, which is used by a number of applications. The default Windows Explorer lists down all metadata information of images in the image preview pane, but it is quite time consuming to select each image in order to edit its tags. Sometime ago, we covered an image tag editing application, JPhotoTagger, which would let you effortlessly manage and edit images tags, but if you want a more extensive tag editor, you can check out PhotoMe instead. It is a tool to show and edit metadata of image files. You can view and change the EXIF and IPTC-NAA metadata of images, as well as read ICC profile data of JPEG, TIFF, GIF, PNG and all common camera RAW file types. Just drag and drop the image on to the application and start editing.
The interface has File Menu containing Open File, Save, Save As, Import/Export, File Analyzer and Settings at the left, Histogram and Thumbnail of the select image appear below the File Menu and metadata details are available on the right side. You can open images in different image viewers installed on your system by clicking on their Quick Launch buttons available at the top right corner of the interface. The Filter option at the bottom allows you to view specific items by setting filters.
The right side of the interface shows all the available metadata information about an image. You can access the required info by clicking on tabs at the top, which are created for every image depending on the data it contains. Click the editable data (all editable data will be available as a link) to start editing. For instance, to change the data and time data of an image, click Field change date and time under Image, make the required changes and click Apply.
Click Settings and select Options to edit General settings (Show Histogram, Show Metadata Problems and Geo-tagging options), Startup Settings, Metadata Display Settings, Update Check and Quick Launch Buttons (add New, Edit and Remove items for quick launch). When all settings are done, click Apply.
PhotoMe works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. Both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems are supported by the application.