This is the Linux app named Image MetaWriter whose latest release can be downloaded as Image_MetaWriter_v0.50.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Image MetaWriter is a batch processing Linux command-line program that uses ExifTool to embed metadata into many images at once. The requirements are Bash, Awk, & ExifTool.
With Image MetaWriter, you can tag entire albums of images with your metadata, & add unique titles & comments to each image, all at once. Image MetaWriter also supports Creative Commons (CC) licensing. You can embed your CC license into your images along with your metadata simultaneously.
This makes it really convenient to upload entire albums to many social media & photo sharing sites, such as Facebook & Google Photos. When your photos have the metadata embedded into them, the sites will read all of it & apply it accordingly. You do not have to type out comments for every single image every time you upload your album to a different site. Simply upload your tagged photos, & all comments & other info are applied by each site automatically. Image MetaWriter makes it all fast & easy. It's really great!!!
- Supported image formats are JPEG, PNG, & TIFF.
- Tag many images at once, or even just 1 image in a folder by itself.
- Embed your CC license into all of your images along with all metadata.
- Automatically fix any photos in the batch that have no EXIF date timestamp by using the file's modified timestamp.
- Automatically copy the EXIF date timestamp into the IPTC and/or XMP metadata sections.
- Embed your metadata into any combination of the 3 metadata sections (EXIF, IPTC, & XMP) that you please. Default is set to all 3.
- Virtually all Linux distros come with Bash & Awk, so as long as you have these & ExifTool installed, Image MetaWriter will work forever. : )
This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/image-metawriter/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.