Metanull 1.1 Removes Hidden Data In Digital Photos

Written by Ardent Editor on June 15, 2012 – 5:46 pm -

Digital photos today can be easily shared and seen online. But there are times when it is necessary to erase the photo details that they come with. Most digital cameras, from DSLR’s to those compact shooters usually imprint meta information with each digital image it captures. If you wish to erase such data before sharing those images online, you can use Metanull 1.1.

Developed by Nikolay Voronin, Metanull 1.1 is a small, simple and yet very useful software program for photographers. It can be used to erase all meta information that photos contain, including EXIF, IPTC, XMP and GPS data from the photos. Some people may not want to give away their location via the GPS information that a photo may contain for reasons of privacy. Metanull 1.1 can be used to remove them.

Using the Metanull 1.1 is fairly easy. Just choose a JPEG file or even a whole folder and then set the output location for the “cleaned” photos. The program will then do the rest of the work to erase those meta information so that you can safely share your photos online without them being used to gather information about you. Metanull 1.1 is available for free download at Softpedia.


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