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metadata not being shown by Bridge

Community Beginner ,
Sep 21, 2021 Sep 21, 2021

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I'm exporting footage in premiere with metadata from dublin core and iptc core extension. When I inspect the raw data of the export in Bridge it's there in all its glory, but doesnt show any of the metadta except some video and audio data which i specified in the premiere export. I dont understand why it doesnt read anything except what I manually input in Bridge; As it literally creates another xmp line with <dc:subject> with the same data as in premiere. Anybody know what is happening?

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Sep 21, 2021 Sep 21, 2021

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What format is this footage? Where is it stored? What operating system and Bridge version? Can you post a screen capture of the raw info window plus relevant panels?

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Sep 21, 2021 Sep 21, 2021

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Sorry for the late reply.

Format is mp4. Stored on a 2tb NVME boot drive. Windows 10 with Adobe Bridge 11.0.2.123.

So I'm doing a bit more testing. Metalogging the original file in premiere does show the tags correctly in Bridge but not when I export the video. Attached is the raw data for both the original and exported files and the screenshots of both videos basic page from Bridge.

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I've put the two raw data files into Vscode to compare the files and the only difference for the DC and IPTC metadata is that it's wrapped in a tag called <xmpMM:Pantry>, with the rest of the file having the video ifno like the framerate,timecode, duration being injected from the export.

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