I recommend PDF-XChange Viewer for this task.
It is a gratis (no cost) pdf-viewer for windows that also happens to include extensive metadata-editor functionality.
It has no ads for third-party programs. It does have a tiny static promo for their PDF Creation Tools program, but it is hardly noticeable. There is nothing deceptive in the program at all, ...
ScrapBook X is a powerful and improved fork of ScrapBook. Its source is released under the Mozilla Public License Version 2.0.
It DOES include a keyboard mapping feature for capturing the selection through a user customizable keyboard combination which is enabled through Tools->Add-ons->Scrapbook X->Preferences in Firefox.
Here are the features.
There are ...
You can use ExifTool to extract the thumbnail (if any) from a Jpeg Image, (as opposed to generating one from the image data).
exiftool -b -ThumbnailImage image.jpg > thumbnail.jpg
Will extract (as binary -b option) the thumbnail (-ThumbnailImage command) from image.jpg and the output will be piped by > to thumbnail.jpg all from the command ...
I'm using EasyTag on Linux to tag my MP3 files. It's available via the repos of most Linux distributions, and supports MP3, MP2 files (ID3 tag with pictures), FLAC files (FLAC Vorbis tag), Ogg Opus files (Ogg Vorbis tag), Ogg Speex (Ogg Vorbis tag), Ogg Vorbis files (Ogg Vorbis tag), MP4/AAC (MP4/AAC tag), MusePack, Monkey's Audio files and WavPack files (...
I'm using JHead to manipulate JPeg Matadata. It's available for Linux (which I use), but also for OSX and Windows. It's a command-line utility, and can be used e.g. to adjust time stamps of a photo based on its Exif tags – but also to adjust the Exif tags, if e.g. your camera's time was setup wrongly
For details, it has a documentation (and a man page on ...
So, it's been a couple of days, and I've managed to make some progress on my own. This is very, VERY far from a perfect solution, so I'd still really appreciate a more comprehensive recommendation.
First of all: After a LONG period of some quite intensive Googling, I finally found a working download link to the first of the two Mac ports of EasyTag. I would ...
I would recommend using ImageMagick as it can convert and watermark your photos as a batch from the command line. Adding the frame and filter should be possible as well although I'm not sure how difficult it would be.
It sounds like a lot of your desired features are covered by darktable although some are described differently:
Cost: Free, Gratis
Target Platform: Windows, Mac & Linux
Offline: Yes - you can publish to online destinations but your images are stored locally.
Open Source: So if you can think of features that are missing you may be able to get them added (...
Ok I found a way myself.
I updated a script I found online to make it work, and created a powershell version as well.
:: Compare_EXIF.cmd Compare EXIF-Meta-Data V1.6
setlocal enableextensions enabledelayedexpansion & if errorlevel 1 ( echo Can not set local & pause & exit/b 99 )
:: either two dirs with same named pics, ...
Here are 2:
To install them you can use
pip install pytaglib
pip install eyeD3
But keep in mind that pip always needs access to the lib folder to install almost any module. You should look into why you can't install the modules as it should not be a problem.
I know this is an old question, but it just came up while I was searching to see what else is out there... I have used kit3 (https://kid3.sourceforge.io/) to edit metadata in mp3's, and it says it can do the following formats:
Edit tags in MP3, Ogg/Vorbis, DSF, FLAC, MPC, MP4/AAC, MP2, Opus,
Speex, TrueAudio, WavPack, WMA, WAV, AIFF files and tracker ...