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    Hello - I have just purchased Photo Studio 6 for Mac as a replacement to Apples Photo's. I'm now in the process of migrating all the images & video's out of Photo's and for each image file it is generating a complimentary .xmp file which contains some additional meta data. Is there anyway I can get Photo Studio to process the .xmp file?

    Thank you for your help!

    Andy

  • #2
    Hi Andy,

    Welcome to the Forum and thank you for your post.
    What metadata would you like to migrate?

    Regards,
    David

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    • #3
      Hello David & apologies for not replying sooner!

      I had a look at one of the .xmp files with a text editor on the Mac and a typical example of the data it contains is shown below. What I can't explain is the references to adobe and Photoshop, I don't have Photoshop installed and have never used it. The only Adobe product I have ever used is the PDF Reader. Until I understand a bit more about where the file and the data originates I'm not going to try and import the data,

      <x:xmpmeta xmlns:x="adobe:ns:meta/" x:xmptk="XMP Core 5.4.0">
      <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#">
      <rdfescription rdf:about=""
      xmlns:exif="http://ns.adobe.com/exif/1.0/"
      xmlnshotoshop="http://ns.adobe.com/photoshop/1.0/">
      <exif:GPSSpeedRef>K</exif:GPSSpeedRef>
      <exif:GPSSpeed>1.5</exif:GPSSpeed>
      <exif:GPSTimeStamp>2020-01-22T15:28:53Z</exif:GPSTimeStamp>
      <exif:GPSImgDirection>0.0</exif:GPSImgDirection>
      <exif:GPSLongitudeRef>W</exif:GPSLongitudeRef>
      <exif:GPSAltitudeRef>0</exif:GPSAltitudeRef>
      <exif:GPSLongitude>4.7001833299999998</exif:GPSLongitude>
      <exif:GPSLatitude>36.496503329999989</exif:GPSLatitude>
      <exif:GPSLatitudeRef>N</exif:GPSLatitudeRef>
      <exif:GPSImgDirectionRef>T</exif:GPSImgDirectionRef>
      <exif:GPSAltitude>53.299999999999997</exif:GPSAltitude>
      <exif:GPSHPositioningError>0.0</exif:GPSHPositioningError>
      <photoshopateCreated>2020-01-22T17:28:51+01:00</photoshopateCreated>
      </rdfescription>
      </rdf:RDF>
      </x:xmpmeta>

      Best regards,

      Andy

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