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New IIP Version 2.3.02 Now Writes Metadata to JPEGs
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Marc Rochkind
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« on: November 27, 2007, 11:56:56 AM »

This new version isn't a beta, but, as it's brand-new, use it with caution until there's some field experience. New features:

    * Metadata is now optionally written to JPEGs (primary and both backup folders) so it's effective in Lightroom and possibly other apps. A new "Merge XMPs" checkbox on the Apps panel controls this feature. Note that Camera Raw/Develop presets are written into JPEGs as well, but they seem to be ineffective.

    * Lightroom User Presets are now listed on the main window drop-down if they're in the User Presets folder. Other preset folders are not accessible from IIP, and neither are Lightroom built-in presets.

    * A Quick Field macro (e.g., {}) is now replaced with nothing if there is no corresponding Quick Field. In previous versions it was left as is, resulting in the macro showing up in the metadata.

    * On Windows, there's a new checkbox, "Folder Has Spaces", that causes the folder passed to the viewer to be quoted. This was the default behavior in 2.3.01. It is now not only optional, but turned off by default. If you're having trouble passing the folder to the viewer, try both settings for this option to see if either helps. However, if you uncheck it, make sure the folder path does not have spaces. (Note that the viewer will probably not honor the folder if the viewer is already running.) This item does not apply to the Mac, which does not have this checkbox. The Mac has no trouble with quoted folders, and viewers honor the folder even if they are already running.


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