ExifCleaner is a handy batch utility that lets you to erase/remove Exif tags, geotags, IPTC, Adobe XMP, and other photographic metadata from JPEG pictures. This protects your privacy, helps you to hide unneeded, undesirable, or sometimes sensitive information — about the image, photographer, and location. Did you know that every digital photo produced with a modern camera or a smartphone contains it? Removing metadata saves disk space and server bandwidth, reduces download times — that is especially evident on small-sized, or on a large amount of images. Exif cleaner can also be useful for photo professionals, to strip out Exif data in photomontage works. ... More Info »
Selectively removes/deletes the JFIF & JFIF Extension segments, Adobe XMP, IPTC (including the whole Photoshop IRB), ICC profile, Adobe Photoshop APP12 Ducky, Adobe APP14 segment, FlashPix extensions, JPEG comments as well as Exif (including geotag data).
The program can work in a batch mode.
It can be integrated into the Windows Explorer shell for quick access to its major functions.
ExifCleaner doesn’t alter actual image data — all operations are lossless for a picture.
Previewing of Exif metadata before actual deletion. You can copy Exif strings to the clipboard.
The portable version of ExifCleaner is available.
It does not leave any unnecessary records, like some other image editors and converters do
Works on all NT-based operating systems, from Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP, up to Windows Vista and 7, including x64 editions.