Most of the digital cameras store their image files in the formats which contain metadata such as EXIF and IPTC. EXIF is the information about how the image was captured (camera model, shutter speed, lens, time, date, etc). IPTC is used to enter the information to describe what the image is about. There are fields into which you can enter administrative, descriptive and rights-related information. Some data stored like this may contain confidential and private information. No matter what you are trying to hide or protect the latest version of ImageConverter Plus will help you remove metadata from your images without affecting the image quality. When you launch ImageConverter Plus, there will be 2 options available regarding each type of metadata – whether to save it or to remove it, so you can decide yourself how much of this information you want to share with others.
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