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maybe you already found a solution, but it seems that you donät have the .NEt installed on yur machine.
This is from the help file og ArcPhoto:
The functionality of this demo is written as a .NET assembly in C#
PhotoDescriptor.dll (Version 1.4.2) �?? helper utility to decode the EXIF header information and to import the JPEG imagery into a geodatabase.
ArcPhotoGPTools.dll (Version 1.4.2) �?? Geoprocessing tools to load data into a geodatabase and to convert ArcPhoto point feature class into a multi-patch feature class
ArcPhotoTools.dll (Version 1.4.2) �?? ArcPhoto tooltip implementation and command for the creation of ArcPhoto elements
PhotoDescriptorUI.dll (Version 1.4.2) �?? Property page for the ArcPhoto Layer implementation
PhotoContainer.dll (Version 1.4.2) �?? user control to allow interaction with the photos
PhotoLocatorTools.dll (Version 1.4.2) �?? tools to interactively change orientation of photos.
MetadataExtractor.dll (188.8.131.52) �?? tool to extract IPTC data from images, the library is based on the work by Ferret Renaud, http://renaud91.free.fr/MetaDataExtractor/
In order to run this demo you must have the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 installed. If your computer has Microsoft Windows Vista then Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 is already installed.
The easiest way to check if your computer has the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 installed is to check if a sub-folder called �??v2.0.50727�?� exists in C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework.
If you are using a standard 32 bit operating system then you can download an installation file for Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 from here:
If you are using a 64 bit operating system then you can download an installation file for Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 from here:
If the .NET Framework 2.0 was installed after ArcGIS was installed on the target machine, you may not have .NET Support for ArcGIS. To check this, in Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs, highlight the ArcGIS Desktop install and click the Change button. In the ArcGIS Setup wizard choose to Modify your setup. On the following dialog, click the .NET Support dropdown and choose Will be installed on local hard drive.
Unfortunately is the ArcScripts site no longer up-to-date and it is only available for archive purposes.
Please download the most current version of the ArcPhoto tools from the following sites:
I have been wondering it is possing to geotag my photos to a feature a class as long as i have coordinates attached to them when i click on a feature i want to see an option of a picture