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Learning about Metadata

By Mike Rodriguez  ·  January 1st, 2010

If you start sharing your images with others, you are likely to want to embed some additional information inside your image. Mike explains Metadata and its use when sharing your images.


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3 Replies to Learning about Metadata:

  1. Donald

    May 13, 2010 at 10:55 pm

    I haven’t been here for some time now. The training videos are helpful for those of us who use PSE and PRE intermittently–and have failing memory. When I can view them, the overall quality of your work is very helpful.
    For some reason the videos don’t show consistently on my computer in this new web design. Clicking from the list generally shows only a blank screen with sound. This also happens when I click the hint to open in a new window. If I right click and select Open link in new window, most work properly. However, some need to be downloaded to view.
    Any suggestions?
    Thanks, Don

  2. John

    April 20, 2011 at 11:51 am

    Is there any way to automate the extraction of some EXIF data froma photo?

    I would like to have it display along the top of the photo when I upload it to my website site or add it to a graphic presentation or slide show.

  3. Lisa

    September 5, 2012 at 1:17 pm

    This helped me tremendously! Is there a way to have the metadata templates be even quicker if you have a large amount of individual pictures?

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