Metadata is a set of standardized information about a file, such as author name, resolution, color space, copyright, and keywords applied to it. For example, most digital cameras attach some basic information to an image file, such as height, width, file format, and time the image was taken. You can use metadata to streamline your workflow and organize your files. XMP facilitates the exchange of metadata between Adobe applications and across publishing workflows.
For example, you can save metadata from one file as a template, and then import the metadata into other files. Other applications and features also use XMP to communicate and store information such as version comments, which you can search using Adobe Bridge. Metadata also remains when files are placed in an Adobe document or project. For more information, visit the Adobe website.
Many of the powerful Adobe Bridge features that allow you to organize, search, and keep track of your files and versions depend on XMP metadata in your files. Adobe Bridge provides two ways of working with metadata: through the Metadata panel and through the File Info dialog box.
In some cases, multiple views exist for the same metadata property. For example, a property may be labeled Author in one view and Creator in another, but both refer to the same underlying property. Even if you customize these views for specific workflows, they remain standardized through XMP. In the Metadata panel, you can view and edit the metadata for selected files, use metadata to search for files, and use templates to append and replace metadata.
File Properties. Describes the characteristics of the file, including the size, creation date, and modification date.
Displays editable metadata such as a description and copyright information. Displays editable metadata about the file. IPTC Extension. Includes additional identifying information about photo content, including rights-related details. Linked Files. Document Swatches. Camera Data Exif. Displays information assigned by digital cameras, including the camera settings used when the image was taken. Displays navigational information from a global positioning system GPS available in some digital cameras.
Edit History. Select the metadata fields that you want to display in the Metadata panel. Select the Hide Empty Fields option to hide fields with no information in them. Aperture B. Metering mode C.
White balance D. Image dimensions E. Image size F. Color profile or filename extension G. Shutter speed H. Exposure compensation I. See the documentation that came with your camera for more information on its metering mode icons. You can change the typeface size in the panel by choosing Increase Font Size or Decrease Font Size from the panel menu. Because Adobe Bridge, Camera Raw, and Lightroom all use the XMP standard for storing metadata, each application can read metadata changes made in the others.
Similarly, adjustments or other metadata changes that you make to a photo in Camera Raw or Lightroom appear in Adobe Bridge. While browsing files, Adobe Bridge rereads metadata, detects changes, and updates previews automatically. When Adobe Bridge detects metadata changes have been made to a photo, it displays a Has Settings badge in the photo thumbnail in the Content panel. If you switch between Lightroom and Adobe Bridge rapidly, you may notice a delay in the update appearing in the Content and Preview panels.
Adobe InDesign CS5 and CS6 documents that contain linked files display a link badge in the upper-right corner of the thumbnail in the Content panel. The metadata for the linked files is available in Adobe Bridge. In the Metadata panel, expand the Linked Files section to view the names and paths of the linked files.
When you select an InDesign document, the Metadata panel displays fonts and color swatches used in the document. When you select an Illustrator document, the Metadata panel displays plates and color swatches used in the document. The File Info dialog box displays camera data, file properties, an edit history, copyright, and author information. The File Info dialog box also displays custom metadata panels.
You can add metadata directly in the File Info dialog box. If you select multiple files, the dialog box shows where different values exist for a text field.
Any information you enter in a field overrides existing metadata and applies the new value to all selected files. You can also view metadata in the Metadata panel, in certain views in the Content panel, and by placing the pointer over the thumbnail in the Content panel. Use the Right Arrow and Left Arrow keys to scroll the tabs, or click the down-pointing arrow and choose a category from the list.
Lets you enter document information about the file, such as document title, author, description, and keywords that can be used to search for the document. To specify copyright information, select Copyrighted from the Copyright Status pop-up menu. Then enter the copyright owner, notice text, and the URL of the person or company holding the copyright.
Includes four areas: Content describes the visual content of the image. Contact lists the contact information for the photographer. Image lists descriptive information for the image. Status lists workflow and copyright information.
On the right, lists read-only file information about the image file, including pixel dimensions and resolution. Lists information about the video file, including video frame width and height, and lets you enter information such as tape name and scene name.
Lists information about mobile media files, including title, author, description, and content type. Lets you enter file information that is useful for news outlets, including when and where the file was created, transmission information, special instructions, and headline information. Displays Adobe Photoshop history log information for images saved with Photoshop. The History option appears only if Adobe Photoshop is installed. Optional Click Preferences at the bottom of the File Info dialog box for options to speed metadata editing: enable auto-completion, reset XMP changes, or restore the default dialog box.
You can also modify the metadata in the File Info dialog box and save it as a text file with a. You share XMP files with other users or apply them to other files. If you select a metadata option and leave the corresponding box empty, Adobe Bridge clears existing metadata when you apply the template.
User Guide Cancel. About metadata. About the XMP standard. Working with metadata in Adobe Bridge. The Metadata panel. Depending on the selected file, the following types of metadata may appear:. IPTC Core. Lists the fonts used in Adobe InDesign files. Lists files that are linked to an Adobe InDesign document. Camera Raw. Displays settings applied by the Camera Raw plug-in. Displays metadata for audio files, including artist, album, track number, and genre.
Displays metadata for video files, including pixel aspect ratio, scene, and shot. Keeps a log of changes made to images with Photoshop. Mobile SWF. Lists information about SWF files, including title, author, description, and copyright. To specify the metadata that appears in the Metadata panel, do one of the following:. Choose Preferences from the Metadata panel menu. Click OK. The metadata placard. The metadata placard uses common icons for digital camera commands and functions.
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