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PhotoGrok – ExiftTool and Java-based Utility
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The Phil Harvey-developed ExifTool is a free application that can read, write and manipulate metadata – it is also the basis for the Brad Grier-developed PhotoGrok application. What you can do with this ExifTool-based tool is categorize photos and other files by metadata. It is a small utility offered for free that can categorize images and other files by metadata.

PhotoGrok runs on Java, which means that you can use it on Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux. If you have Java on your system, you can run PhotoGrok. All you have to do is download a very, very small JNLP file onto your machine and run it.

The dark PhotoGrok interface is divided into three panes. The one to the left groups processed files into categories and puts them into the corresponding folder. MP3 files will be presented in a folder called MP3, SWF files in a folder called SWF, and so on. The pane in the middle presents previews of the processed files. And the pane to the right presents info on a selected file.

It’s fairly simple to use the PhotoGrok application. From the Folder Manager you must specify which folders you want to be analyzed. With a mouse click you can launch the analysis process – PhotoGrok will process all the files in the folders you specify and will use metadata to categorize them.

As mentioned above, PhotoGrok is offered for free. Go get the application, find out what it has to offer, then keep using it on your machine for as long as you want, without having to part with you hard earned money.

PhotoGrok is a handy tool for organizing data on a metadata basis.

PhotoGrok is based on Phil Harvey’s free ExifTool. PhotoGrok runs on Java, which means it runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The dark themed interface is easy to figure out. PhotoGrok uses metadata to categorize your photos and other files. PhotoGrok is free.

None that I could think of.

You can download PhotoGrok free here.
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PhotoGrok has been reviewed by George Norman on 22 Oct 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated PhotoGrok 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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