Software Update: ExifTool 11.85

Phil Harvey has released version 11.85 of ExifTool. ExifTool is a free and cross-platform program that allows the metadata of a large number of files can be managed and edited. It works from the command line, but there are third-party solutions available that allow it to be used with a graphical user interface as well. This update is referred to as a production release and is an update to version 11.70. Since version 11.82, the following changes and improvements have been made:

Version 11.85 (production release)

  • Added a new Sony LensType (thanks Jos Roost)
  • Added a new Olympus CameraType (thanks LibRaw)
  • Added a two new Pentax LensType values
  • Added a new FujiFilm FocusMode
  • Decode timed GPS from Akaso dashcam MOV videos
  • Decode Insta360 trailer from INSP images and made Insta360 a deleteable group
  • Patched kml.fmt file to limit maximum image size (thanks Fedor Kotov)
  • Fixed problem decoding values ​​from Leica M10 and S maker notes

Version 11.84

  • Decode accelerometer data from timed metadata of more dashcam videos
  • Decode Canon G9 white balance tags (thanks LibRaw)
  • Recognize INSP files

Version 11.83

  • Added a couple of new XMP-crs tags (thanks Herb)
  • Fixed bug introduced in 11.82 with the -php -D output
  • Fixed problem where some flattened XMP tags could be written when they should be avoided

Version number 11.85
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10
Website Phil Harvey
License type GPL