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Robes Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Oct 2008Mon 04-Mar-13 04:00 PM
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"Applying Metadata Template in CS5"


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I have a copyright template made & when I download new images to my iMac it automatically adds this copyright data to each image downloaded.

I have a web page with many images on it I made prior to this. I wish to add my copyright metadata to those images. I have a folder on my desktop which contains all the image copies of what I uploaded to my website. Is there a way I can select all the images in the folder by opening in Bridge and adding the template to all selected at once?

If I could do that, then I would re-upload all the images to my website overwriting the old ones to up date with copyrighted images.

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walkerr Administrator Awarded for his con tributed articles published at the Resources Awarded for his in-depth knowledge in multiple areas Nikonian since 05th May 2002Mon 04-Mar-13 04:11 PM
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Sure. That's pretty much all that's involved in the operation. Just select the files, then Tools>Append Metadata and then pick the template you want applied. Using the Append option rather than Replace is generally safer and seems like it will work fine in this situation.

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Robes Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Oct 2008Tue 05-Mar-13 01:17 AM
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Worked much easier then I thought it would, all taken care of-

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