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JPEG IFilter (Latest)
Extends the Windows Server/SharePoint/ASP.NET/IIS/Search Server capabilities to index and display the JPEG files (extensions JPG, JPEG, JPE, JFIF) and to perform a content search for them.
Supports the standard EXIF image summary information.
Search and display thumbnail images from your local computer with a JPEG logo.
You can use the standard Windows Explorer search file dialog box to search and display thumbnail images in your JPEG files.
Supports 7 file extensions (JPG, JPEG, JPE, JFIF, JPGE, JFIFE, JPGS)
Supports all Microsoft search engines: Windows Desktop Search, Microsoft Indexing Service, Microsoft SharePoint Portal.
Can be added to any server, directly into web.config file, into SharePoint Central Administration or as a content filter module (CMM) (Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2K/2003)
How to Install and Configure:
To install: Copy the file to the folder %ProgramFiles%\AimAtFile\CMM\ or to the folder %CommonProgramFiles%\AimAtFile\CMM\.
2.Start windows explorer, search for JPEG IFilter in the search window.
3.Load the file jpeg_ifilter.inf in the Windows Explorer.
4.Select option Install and press OK.
5.In the Windows Explorer, go to Accessories>System Tools>Task Manager.
6.Start the AimAtFile-CMM application.
7.Select the options Open/Save, then browse to the folder CMM\JPEG IFilter, then click on the Open button.
8.Click the file jpeg_ifilter.inf to open.
9.Click to install.
** DEL – Delete the file
^ – Perform a system scan for the file
F – Add to blacklist
R – Remove from blacklist
All keys are case-insensitive.
* High performance content indexing filter * Supports all EXIF metadata * Supports all JPEG archive formats * Index creation is very simple and quick * Working with content is simple * Search and find images on the sites and Web Servers using Windows Desktop Search and Indexing Service * Supports XMP metadata * Supports both JPG and JFIF (the default image format) extensions for JPEG files * Supports all known JFIF supported by EXIF standard * Supports IPTC/NAA metadata * Supports all EXIF metadata
JPEG IFilter Full Crack allows to:
* Use many JPEG files on indexing service without recompression or quality degradation * Adding file size to Spotlight Search and FAST file search query without recompriming the image * Edit EXIF metadata (exifTool command line tool * XMP metadata (exifTool command line tool * Removing EXIF and IPTC/NAA metadata form image to speed up image loading * Search content on the Web and site servers using Windows Desktop Search * Search images in all Microsoft Windows archives and indexing services * Working with content is simple, faster and more powerfull
How to Install and configure JPEG IFilter
Installing and configuring JPEG IFilter is easy as pie. Just open JPEG IFilter installed EXE and open preferences page of JPEG IFilter, you will have all necessary settings to configure the filter. The filter files are installed in the following place:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\web server extensions\16
JPEG IFilter Windows Installer (ZIP)
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The FileIndexer is a content indexing software application for Windows that allows you to upload your files to the Internet and share them with other users. It is also a search engine that can index the very same files so that you can search for any of your files that are uploaded to the Internet. You can also index any file on your computer or upload your own file for indexing. Using it, you can share your files with others free of charge. You can also use FileIndexer as a
– Helps you quickly find photos in your home collection
– Provides content indexing, search, and content discovery
– Automatically updated on the fly and contextually
– Supports content indexing for all JPEG files (JPG, JPEG, JPE, JFIF)
– Works with Windows Explorer, Windows Search, and Indexing Service
– Works with Internet Information Server, SharePoint Portal, or any other indexing service compliant with Microsoft Search technology
– Runs on all Windows platforms
JPEG IFilter Features:
– Supports JPEG files (JPG, JPEG, JPE, JFIF)
– Built-in content indexing engine that can be used with Windows Explorer, Windows Search, and Indexing Service
– Extends the functionality of Windows Explorer context menus (right-click) for JPEG images
– Extends the functionality of Windows Search context menus (search) for JPEG files
– Extends the functionality of Indexing Service context menus for JPEG images (from Windows Explorer, from Windows Search, from SharePoint Portal)
– Gets updated and refreshed on the fly and contextually
– Comes with native support for Microsoft Excel 2007 and Office2007 applications
The Microsoft Search technology is required to use JPEG IFilter. This technology is installed by default on Windows XP. You can check whether this technology is installed or not by opening the Control Panel and searching for Windows Search.
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Change JPEG IFilter to “Always use on this computer”.
Install JPEG IFilter using Windows Zip and extract it to the “Program Files\Universal Extractor” folder:
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Select JPEG IFilter
Select “Always use on this computer”
Click Apply Changes
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What’s New in the?
• Supports all JPEG image file types.
• Supports all analog EXIF properties.
• Support for all digital EXIF properties, including date time, file date, number of frame, etc.
• Search for image files within the files and within subfolders.
• Search in text, title, description, image caption, keyword, tags.
• Search in comments as well.
• Can support content indexing of additional file properties: IPTC/NAA and EXIF.
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