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The priority of the groups is given by the list above.Specifically, this means that new information is added preferentially to the EXIF group, or to the IPTC group if no corresponding EXIF tag exists, or finally to the XMP group.Simple options may be added inside brackets in the name of the stand-alone executable.(But note that the characters Hint: Options may also be added to the "Target" property of a Windows shortcut for the executable.Using a shortcut has 3 advantages over adding options in the file name: 1) different shortcuts may be created without requiring multiple copies of the executable, 2) characters which are invalid in file names may be used, and 3) the shortcuts can be given more meaningful (and convenient) file names.As well, it may be useful to increase the window and buffer sizes to display more information: Right-click on the window's title bar then select "Properties" from the menu and change the window layout settings.Any family 0, 1 or 2 group name may be used when writing information, although not all groups are writable.
i) From the command line: The Perl application ("").
Note that when typing commands in the "cmd.exe" shell, you should use double quotes instead of single quotes as shown in some examples.
ii) Stand-alone version in the Windows GUI: Double-click on "" to read the application documentation, or drag-and-drop files and folders to run exiftool on the selected files.
Exif Tool defines a few shortcut tags in the Image:: Exif Tool:: Shortcuts module, and allows users to define their own shortcuts in a configuration file called " file may also be used to define new tags.
For more information about the configuration file, see the sample configuration file included with the Exif Tool distribution.