Capture a link to a publication and write to the metadata

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Oct 17, 2021 Oct 17, 2021

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Hello! Need your tips and help! There are a lot of plugins that post photos on various services, such as Instagram, Flickr, etc. After publication in the published service, you can see a link to the published photo. The question is how to intercept this link and write to the metadata (or your standard, doesn't matter)?

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LEGEND ,
Oct 17, 2021 Oct 17, 2021

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I haven't used the default Flickr plug-in, and so maybe the feature is in there. Nevertheless, I usee the Flickr plug-in published by Jeffrey Friedl, and the link to the published photo is indeed captured by Lightroom Classic and included in the metadata.

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Oct 17, 2021 Oct 17, 2021

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It's already captured in the metadata by all the standard plugins and writing metadata to files should write it into the xmp sidecars (Iactually don't know but will check) but do you mean you want it automatically written into a standard metadata field such as the caption or a keyword?

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Just tried and the url is not written into the xmp sidecars but it is definitely in the metadata for the images in the catalog. It appears that the "save metadata to files" does not write plugin metadata to the sidecar files.

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The Friedl Flickr plug-in does indeed cause the URL to be written to xmp, if the option to write metadata to xmp is turned on.

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