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Keywords stay after deleting from CS6


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Hello,

 

When I tag keywords in Daminion but use Adobe Bridge CS6 to delete them, those keywords still show on Daminion. This is not really a bug but still some glitches when using 2 programs together.

 

To reproduce, I tag keyword "People|dude" in Daminion. Daminion created the keyword in 3 namespaces, which are dc, lr, and MicrosoftPhoto.

      <rdf:Description rdf:about=""
           xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/">
        <dc:format>image/jpeg</dc:format>
        <dc:subject>
           <rdf:Bag>
              <rdf:li>People|dude</rdf:li>
           </rdf:Bag>
        </dc:subject>
     </rdf:Description>

     <rdf:Description rdf:about=""
           xmlns:lr="http://ns.adobe.com/lightroom/1.0/">
        <lr:hierarchicalSubject>
           <rdf:Bag>
              <rdf:li>People|dude</rdf:li>
           </rdf:Bag>
        </lr:hierarchicalSubject>
     </rdf:Description>

     <rdf:Description rdf:about=""
           xmlns:MicrosoftPhoto="http://ns.microsoft.com/photo/1.0">
        <MicrosoftPhoto:LastKeywordIPTC>
           <rdf:Bag>
              <rdf:li>People|dude</rdf:li>
           </rdf:Bag>
        </MicrosoftPhoto:LastKeywordIPTC>
        <MicrosoftPhoto:LastKeywordXMP>
           <rdf:Bag>
              <rdf:li>People|dude</rdf:li>
           </rdf:Bag>
        </MicrosoftPhoto:LastKeywordXMP>
     </rdf:Description>

 

When I delete the keyword in Adobe Bridge, only namespace dc and lr got deleted, but not MicrosoftPhoto. This make Daminion still shows the keyword as active.

 

so i just wonder if we need MicrosoftPhoto? or can it be ignored?

 

Best Regards,

Slowpork

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  • 3 weeks later...

Sorry for the delay with response. Daminion writes to MS namespace to provide compatibily with MS PhotoGallery. We can optionally remove non-official XMP fields when updating the metadata.

 

Hi, I think it would be better to make the not writign to Microsoft Photo optional in the settings.

 

Cheers, Robert

 

P.S.: Just as an idea, maybe it would be possible to have settings that define what metadata/namespaces should be written to or read from (for each filetype) ?

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