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Edit EXIF Data?

 
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Sep 24, 2014 20:16 |  #1

I've been looking around on how to edit the EXIF data to only display something I want, and couldn't seem to find information on it. Perhaps I'm searching the wrong things in google, or perhaps I'm just not in the right ballpark.

What I'm looking to do is have my data show like this, when people access the EXIF data. How can I go about doing this? Are there programs?

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http://i283.photobucke​t.com …ntitled-1_zpse0ac4474.jpg (external link)



  
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Sep 24, 2014 20:36 |  #2

You can set it up in your camera and it will always apply. You can edit IPTC/XMP (try this keywords) in virtually any advanced image editing/viewing software.

In Photoshop/Bridge - File > File Info. Lightroom - in Library View > left panel.


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Sep 24, 2014 21:21 |  #3

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Sep 24, 2014 22:38 |  #4

I'm Not clear:

Is this your image? And, what software are you using to post what you posted the original?


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Sep 25, 2014 10:33 |  #5

This is the software (external link) that was used to display that EXIF data. Its a plugin for FireFox


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Sep 25, 2014 11:42 |  #6

tonylong wrote in post #17176170 (external link)
I'm Not clear:

Is this your image? And, what software are you using to post what you posted the original?

As Walt said it's a plugin for Firefox. I just took a screenshot from the image and cropped it to show what I wanted my images to display when someone looked at the EXIF.



  
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Sep 25, 2014 11:47 |  #7

Going to give this a try, takes me back to that one programming class. Hopefully I'm able to get it to work. My come back with some stupid questions :lol:



  
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Sep 25, 2014 12:24 |  #8

Yeah I'm completely lost with this Harvey tool thing. I can't even get the image to open in command prompt or anything.



  
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Sep 26, 2014 02:44 |  #9

SierraHighPhoto wrote in post #17177167 (external link)
Yeah I'm completely lost with this Harvey tool thing. I can't even get the image to open in command prompt or anything.

ExifToolGUI http://freeweb.siol.ne​t …foto/exif/exift​oolgui.htm (external link)
No need for command line.


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