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Image Info Toolkit is an easy to use application that handles the textual information (also known as IPTC-information fields or XMP - meta info) within JPEG-, TIFF- and DNG - image files. It enables you to read and write image information like caption, copyright, date, etc. to a jpeg file without the need to compress the file again. Using Image Info Toolkit protects your images from a loss of quality, which is unavoidable if you save a jpeg file in jpeg mode again. The textual information will be saved within the digital image file according to the IPTC/NAA standard and can be read and processed by various programs such as Photoshop, other image processing software, CMS, image databases, etc.
In addition to reading and editing image file

information Image Info Toolkit offers the possibility to create and edit hierarchical keyword catalogues, with as many synonyms per keyword and as deep as you wish in many different languages. By simply dragging and dropping one of the keywords into the appropriate information field, you can add parts or whole keyword branches to your image file information.
Using Image Info Toolkit, you will be able to save the image information as templates and copy it automatically to a batch of images.
Image Info Toolkit has been designed so you may distribute your digital images through various networks and be assured that every image carries its appropriate information safely and securely within the digital data file.

Image Info Toolkit will run on any computer platform, that supports Java 6 (1.6).
This covers nearly all known platforms, including Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 7 and Mac OS X (10.5.x and better). For Windows both a 32-bit and a 64-bit Version is available.

If Java is not installed on your computer, you may download it for free by going to:
http://www.java.com:80/en/download/manual.jsp

Minimum requirements:
Java 6 (1.6) - installation
Screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixel (17'' standard resolution)


Whats new in version 3.0?

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