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Reading EXIF data from an Image

 
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I am working on a project and there is a requirement to read the EXIF metadata from the image , so can anyone tell me how to proceed , I already googled it but haven't found any satisfactory solution .
 
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One option: metadata extractor
 
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There's also JavaXT Image IO library that I found here, the last time I was looking for something similar. I had checked the metadata-extractor project too but decided to use JavaXT Image IO instead, although I don't remember the reason. It has served us well so far. The project creator/maintainer, Peter, was very responsive and helpful when I had contacted him to sort out an issue with the library.
 
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This is another library that extracts EXIF data: https://drewnoakes.com/code/exif/
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:This is another library that extracts EXIF data: https://drewnoakes.com/code/exif/



Actually, that's the same metadata-extractor project that's hosted on google code, which Maneesh linked earlier

 
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It may be worth your time to look at the Apache Commons Imaging project. Although I've only used it to access metadata from TIFF format files, it appears that there is support for EXIF tags from JPEGs, etc.
See Apache Commons Imaging.
 
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