Exporting picture with Caption

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Ive started exporting picture with caption from lightroom cc, BUT... when i view my picture on cmy PC or anywhere else, the caption doesnt show. Could use some help here.Capture d’écran 2022-01-11 212111.png

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LEGEND , Jan 11, 2022 Jan 11, 2022
"i use the photo viewer in windows" I don't think the Windows Photos app displays captions.  Try this: In File Explorer, navigate to the exported photo, right-click it, and select Properties. In the Properties window, click Details: The LR caption should appear in the Title field -- does it?

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In the Export window, make sure that Metadata > Include is set to All Metadata:

 

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If that doesn't help, what specific application are you using to check for the presence of the caption in the metadata?

 

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I already check all metadata, but i didnt check the write keyword option.  So one the picture as been exported, i use the photo viewer in windows or the one on my phone. When I check for the description of the picture, all I see is the name files. There is no title or caption. 

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"i use the photo viewer in windows"

 

I don't think the Windows Photos app displays captions.  Try this: In File Explorer, navigate to the exported photo, right-click it, and select Properties. In the Properties window, click Details:

 

johnrellis_0-1641968625572.png

 

The LR caption should appear in the Title field -- does it?

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Yes it does show in the properties, but let say I want to show picture to someone or do I slideshow, I want the title and/or caption to appear somewhere on the picture. So how do I proceed?

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I will check it out later today and comeback with some feedback. My only concern is, will it work outside lightroom when I want to view picture on my pc? I don't want to use lightroom for picture presentation. My picture are share by Microsft OneDrive.

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Hi Todd

 

Thank You! Great descriptions.

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"I don't want to use lightroom for picture presentation. My picture are share by Microsft OneDrive."

 

You can display the caption using the Slideshow module and then use menu Slideshow> Export JPEG Slideshow. That will create a folder with the exported JPEG files, which can be uploaded to OneDrive. At the below link scroll down to 'Add text and metadata to slides.'

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/help/adding-overlays-slides.html

 

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I'll check that tonight. Thanks

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