rexiv2 - Rust library for read/write access to media-file metadata (Exif, XMP, and IPTC)

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This library provides a Rust wrapper around the gexiv2 library, which is a GObject-based wrapper around the Exiv2 library, which provides read and write access to the Exif, XMP, and IPTC metadata in media files (typically photos) in various formats. API documentation is available online.

https://github.com/felixc/rexiv2

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