Did you know that a photo or a video on your iOS device is not always a single file? They are assets, that sometimes contain multiple resources. For instance, when you edit a photo, its edited copy is saved alongside the original one.
With MetaMaster you can access all these resources, inspect their metadata, and even extract them into a separate asset. No need to revert your edits just to retrieve the original copy of your photo or video anymore!
* Available for iPhone and iPad with iOS 13.6 and above
WHY CHOOSE METAMASTER
Apart from reading QuickTime metadata, MetaMaster also extracts additional information about video and audio files, such as video bit rate, frame rate, audio bit rate, and much more. Unlike many other EXIF viewers, MetaMaster correctly recognises slow-motion videos and their frame rate.
When editing the metadata, you can specify Author, Title, Copyright, and a lot of other information to be stored in the file. Planning to share the file on social media? Then better anonymize it! The anonymization removes any information that can help to identify where, when, and by whom the video was taken*.
* The MetaMaster uses iOS frameworks to process the metadata and therefore fully relies on the support of a given media type and its metadata by the framework.
Photos captured in portrait mode contain depth masks alongside the colour image. MetaMaster can access these masks, inspect their metadata (yes, they also have metadata!), and extract them into a separate asset.
The extracted masks are saved in PNG file format and can be used for creative editing techniques, like double exposure. With MetaMaster you can also inspect the size, quality, and accuracy of the depth mask.
FEATURES OF METAMASTER
A photo or a video on your iOS device is not always a single file. They are assets, that might contain multiple resources. For example, when you edit a photo or a video, its edited copy is saved alongside the original one.
With MetaMaster you can access all resources or an asset, inspect their metadata, and even extract them into a separate asset. Extracted Live Photos remain as such when saved to the camera roll.