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I have a folder with thousands of JPG images.  I am looking for a way to view the GEOTAG information of the JPG files.  Can anyone recommend a program for this?  It would be great if there was some type of “map view”.  I am also looking for photos taken in a specific area.

Most of these images came from a smart phone, from my understanding generates the GEOTAG information.
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Filecats Professional can import GEOTAG data into a spreadsheet, while Filecats Metadata can import it into a table if you don't have Excel.

You can use this data to plot multiple GPS data onto a map, and if you have PowerMap, you can also do a 4D presentation.
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Or you may want to look at GeoSetter (for PC) and PhotoLinker (For MacOS) both of which will grab the GeoTag from your image EXIF metadata and link them to a map location.
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Thank you both for your input.  I tried both of your solutions for Windows and it worked.
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