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I've been searching for a free Mac OS X image exif / metadata editing tool, with a GUI, but didn't find any.

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  • i'll be back in a few hours – StefanS Jun 17 '16 at 12:31
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I did find a python/pySide Qt4 tool called pyExofToolGUI by hvdwolf which should work on OS-X, not having a Mac I can't be 100% sure, I did find that for Windows 10 a little work was needed to get it running and will be posting my changes up later if anybody is interested.

  • Free Gratis & Open Source
  • Cross Platform
  • Thumbnail display
  • Looks to give access to most, if not all, of the ExifTool functionality
  • Displays the readable data from supported formats
  • Can bulk edit of some writable data
  • You can add your own ExifTool commands

View Data

View Data

Edit GPS Block

Edit GPS Block

Edit Exif Block

Edit Exif Block

The above screenshots were taken on Windows 10 after a few tweeks to get it running, using Python 2.7.11 - I was unable to test under Python 3 as my current installation is Python 3.5.1 and PySide does not at the time of writing support > Python 3.4.x

For any windows users having issues I have committed the changes that it took to get things working for me, (Windows 10 Python 2.7.11), to https://github.com/GadgetSteve/pyExifToolGUI and have raised a pull request on the original. Update - Pull request has been accepted.

  • yep, working with it from day one, it has a bug that it doesn't find the config file, but you can start it from a terminal with the config file as an argument and it works just fine. – StefanS Jun 18 '16 at 19:24

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