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XML Schema Date/Time Datatypes

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XMP allows for using properties which are not from namespaces controlled by Adobe, like xmp:CreateDate property in the XMP Basic schema, ISO date format. Date and time data types are used for values that contain date and time. The following is an example of a date declaration in a schema:

Prerequisite is that all involved editors either actively support XMP, or at least do not delete it from the resource. Serialization[ edit ] The abstract XMP data model needs a concrete representation when it is stored or embedded into a file. The most common metadata tags recorded in XMP data are those from the Dublin Core Metadata Initiativewhich include things like title, description, creator, and so on.

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The standard is designed to be extensible, allowing users to add their own custom types of metadata into the XMP data. XMP generally does not allow binary data types to be embedded. This means that any binary data one wants to carry in XMP, such as thumbnail images, must be encoded in some XML-friendly format, such as Base XMP metadata can describe a document as a whole the "main" metadatabut can also describe parts of a document, such as pages or included images.

This architecture makes it possible to retain authorship and rights information about, for example, images included in a published document. Similarly, it permits documents created from several smaller documents to retain the original metadata associated with the parts. Embedding[ edit ] Embedding metadata in files allows easy sharing and transfer of files across products, vendors, platforms, without metadata getting lost; embedding avoids a multitude of problems coming from proprietary vendor-specific metadata databases.

Location in file types[ edit ] For more details, the XMP Specification, Part 3Storage in Files listed below has details on embedding in specific file formats. XMPFiles for embedding serialized metadata in files, and for retrieving embedded metadata.

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Any tags specified after this option on the command line are extracted from source file and written to the destination file. If no tags are specified, then all writable tags are copied. This option is very simple, yet very powerful. Depending on the formats of the source and destination files, some of tags read may not be valid in the destination file, in which case they aren't written. This option may also be used to transfer information between different tags within a single image or between different images.

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See the -tagsFromFile option in the application documentation for more details. Writer Limitations ExifTool will not rewrite a file if it detects a significant problem with the file format. ExifTool has been tested with a wide range of different images, but since it is not possible to test it with every known image type, there is the possibility that it will corrupt some files.

Be sure to keep backups of your files.

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Even though ExifTool does some validation of the information written, it is still possible to write illegal values which may cause problems when reading the images with other software. So take care to validate the information you are writing. ExifTool is not guaranteed to remove metadata completely from a file when attempting to delete all metadata.

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For JPEG images, all APP segments except Adobe APP14which is not removed by default and trailers are removed which effectively removes all metadata, but for other formats the results are less complete: PDF - The original metadata is never actually removed. RAW formats - It is not recommended to remove all metadata from RAW images because this will likely remove some proprietary information that is necessary for proper rendering of the image.

Some antivirus software has been known to cause problems for the Windows version of ExifTool. Presumably this is due to the way the ExifTool package for Windows works -- it unpacks executable files into a temporary directory and runs from there, which apparently may be seen as a threat by antivirus software.

A work-around is to add ExifTool to the exclusion list of the antivirus software. Other software such as the Pentax Silkypix software and dcraw have no problems with these images. This may be a security problem if ExifTool is executed from another application that blindly passes untrusted file names on the command line since they may be interpreted as ExifTool options if they begin with a dash.

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The easiest way to accomplish this is to prefix input file names with a known directory name, eg. ExifTool has a time shift feature that makes it easy to apply a batch fix to the timestamps of the images eg. Say for example that your camera clock was reset to Then all of the pictures you took subsequently have timestamps that are wrong by 5 years, 10 months, 2 days, 10 hours and 48 minutes. To fix this, put all of the images in the same directory "DIR" and run exiftool: For convenience, a Shortcut tag called AllDates has been defined to represent these three tags.

So, for example, if you forgot to set your camera clock back 1 hour at the end of daylight savings time in the fall, you can fix the images with: