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Export/Import Your Settings in Exif Pilot

We do our releases of Exif Pilot permanently. We hope, we can to continue to release our EXIF editor. Many users sent us requests to add feature for export/import settings of the program. It is useful feature when user installs new version of the our EXIF software. Many our users choose different settings to work with program comfortably and efficiently. For example, users want to get the own specified fields to appear on the report in the file list report in the center pane. By default, report only shows Filename, FocalLength, ExposureTime, etc. If you want to customize columns to view in center pane of EXIF editor, see the following tutorials:

1) http://www.colorpilot.com/exifpilot_faq.html#10
2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjzoSHUdaYM

Now you can save settings to file, and import it to program later.

We’ve added in the new release of Exif Pilot v. 4.11 ability for export/import your settings to/from file. Starts with the current version of our EXIF editor, you can save your settings to INI file before uninstall the program. After install new version of Exif Pilot, you have ability to import stored settings back. Just go to menu Options->Settings->Import… and choose INI file with saved settings, then relaunch the program to apply imported settings.

Artem Golubnichenko,
Two Pilots
http://www.colorpilot.com

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