edit-EXIF: To add/edit EXIF2.2 tags(PHP)

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It can be used to add or edit EXIF2.2 tags to existing JPEG image files. It is particularly useful in storing the exposure details for a photo scanned out of films. It is now a stand alone application implemented in PHP-GTK. Just unzip the release packag




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