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Help me with Bridge and these unwanted xmp files!

Community Beginner ,
Jun 14, 2024 Jun 14, 2024

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Adding keywords to JPG files within Bridge now creates unwanted XMP files for some reason. I want the information to remain within the image file itself like it has in the past. I've reinstalled Bridge and tried on my laptop with same results. Anyone have a solution for this frustrating situation?

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Which Operating System and which version of Bridge?

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Sonoma 14.4.1 and Bridge 2024.

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Sorry, not a MAC user but is there anything here which may help?https://community.adobe.com/t5/bridge-discussions/how-to-stop-creating-xml-files-for-regular-jpeg-im...

 

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Thanks, Erik. Looks like this might be a bit too involved for me to get into at the moment. I'm a standin for a Photoshop Pro for the next few weeks while she's out of town, so I don't want to be fooling around with specs we've set up to maintain her protocol for consistency. I've downloaded that newer plugin, though, and plan to look into all this and install after she returns. Thanks for the link - Not sure how I didn't find that one myself! Have a great weekend.

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