PRESS RELEASE: New Free MP3 Tag and Photo Exif Viewer Launched - FileTagSleuth
Photographers and Music Fans Will Save Time and Frustration with a New and Totally Free Product, FileTagSleuth from Ulfwood Ltd.
(PRWEB) May 20, 2010 -- Photographers and music fans will save time and frustration with a new and totally free product, FileTagSleuth from Ulfwood Ltd. Version 1 of FileTagSleuth enables photographers to search all of their various photo files by shutter speed, exposure, and anything else stored inside the photographs. Music fans and DJs will be able to easily catalogue all their MP3 tags, export a report, or search through it to find what tracks were written by which artists.
Previously this could either be very tedious, or cost money. However the totally free Exif viewer FileTagSleuth lets customers drag and drop up to 10,000 files into it, and then sets to work analysing them all. Customers can find all of the tag information for individual files, all of the common tags for many files, or all of the tags for all files. And almost any kind of file can be analysed, not just photo and music files.
Paul F. Wood of Ulfwood said:
"Cataloguing and searching MP3 and photo files can be incredibly time consuming. FileTagSleuth lets you search thousands of files quickly - even if don't know the entire name of what you're looking for and just have a small bit of the text. FileTagSleuth will unlock the secrets of your files, and quickly show you what you're looking for and which file it's in".
Once the relevant tags have been found by FileTagSleuth, customers can easily export them and their associated files to different formats, making it simple to view the information in other programs like Word and Excel.
About Ulfwood and FileTagSleuth:
Ulfwood is an independent software company committed to making life a little easier with file utilities which are quick, intuitive and easy to use. For more information don't hesitate to contact us about our Exif viewer, file renamer or anything else.
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(First posted on Thursday, May 20, 2010 at 16:10 EDT)