Using embedded metadata (XMP/EXIF)

Many digital assets contain a wealth of embedded metadata, known as XMP/EXIF/IPTC. This information is generated when an asset is created in its respective software, digital camera or is populated manually by photographers and asset creators. 

Typical examples of embedded metadata are GPS coordinates, technical data about images or videos, author names, keywords and document descriptions. Most stock photos already come with proper photo descriptions embedded in the files. 

To reduce the need of retyping already existing metadata hidden in these assets, QBank can be configured to automatically populate any metadata property with this data.


Note: Using embedded metadata requires your system to be configured to import XMP/EXIF-data from assets. Talk to your system administrator or integrator.

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