Display EXIF data on web photo gallery pages
New version of Extreme Thumbnail Generator - award-winning web photo gallery software - allows users to preserve original EXIF data in thumbnails and modified full-size gallery images. Also you can easily display any EXIF data on gallery pages using Extreme Thumbnail Generator special tags.
How to preserve EXIF data in thumbnails and modified full-size images
To preserve original EXIF data in web photo gallery thumbnails you have to go to the Options step and select the Thumbnails tab.
Now click the Thumbnail image format... button to bring up the thumbnail image format modification window.
Now simply check the Copy EXIF information from the original image box. That's it! Now all thumbnails in your gallery will contain the EXIF data from the original photo.
And to preserve original EXIF data in the modified full-size images you have to select the Images tab, click the Resized image format... button and check the Copy EXIF information from the original image box.
How to display EXIF data on gallery pages
You can display any EXIF tag on web photo gallery pages using Extreme Thumbnail Generator special tags. The special tags allow you to display any image-related information automatically. For example, image width and height in pixels, image file size in Kilobytes, image file name and so on.
OK, letís say you want to display image file size and EXIF: Creation date tag under each thumbnail in the gallery. To set up the text you want to see under every thumbnail go to the Options step and select the Thumbnails tab. In the Thumbnail title section uncheck all boxes except for the Custom text. In the edit field below the Custom text box enter the following text:
Created on [#image.exif_creation_date#]. Size: [#image.filesize#].
In the above example the [#image.exif_creation_date#] and [#image.filesize#] are the special tags. They are replaced with the actual values during the web photo gallery creation process, so on the gallery pages you will see the following thumbnail title:
Created on 06 November 2007. Size: 354 KB.
If you want to display other EXIF or image file information you can select different special tags using the [...] button. This button opens the Insert special tag window where you can choose which tag to use.