GeoSetter is a freeware tool for Windows (requires Internet Explorer 10 or higher) for showing and changing geo data and other metadata (IPTC/XMP/Exif) of image files (e.g. images taken by digital cameras). The embedded map of GeoSetter doesn’t work on Windows XP, please see my short explanation here.
The current version is 3.5.3, released on 29 October 2019 (some more Info here).
A bit more detailed comment here with a short comment regading the problem with darkened map containing “For development purposes only”).
- Reads and writes the formats JPEG and TIFF as well as camera RAW formats DNG (Adobe), CRW, CR2 and THM (Canon), NEF and NRW (Nikon), MRW (Konica Minolta), PEF (Pentax), ORF (Olympus), ARW, SR2, SRF (Sony) and RAF (Fujifilm), RW2 and RAW (Panasonic), RWL (Leica)
- Uses ExifTool by Phil Harvey for writing data
- Shows existing geo coordinates, image directions and tracks on embedded Google Maps map (requires internet connection)
- Setting geo data by using embedded Google Maps map (requires internet connection) or by entering known values for coordinates and altitude directly
- Automatic filling of location IPTC fields and altitude values (requires internet connection)
- Editable IPTC data (IPTC-NAA/XMP)
- Possibility to change taken date of images
- Synchronization with track files (NMEA, GPX, PLT, Sony LOG, IGC and others)
- Synchronization with already geo tagged images with buddy images (e.g. between RAW images and their corresponding JPEG images)
- Google Earth export
- Localizable user interface – English, German, French, Italian, Swedish, Czech, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Russian, Japanese, Chinese and Norwegian language is available at the moment