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GPS Coordinates set in Lightroom Classic (Lrc) - no information about in Bridge (or Geosetter)

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Aug 30, 2020

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When I set the PGS coordinates in Lrc this metadata are not shown in Bridge or Geosetter. If I set the GPS coordinates with Geosetter I can see the changes in Bridge. How can I save the metadata with Lrc to see them in Bridge, Geosetter or e.g. ExifTool?

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GPS Coordinates set in Lightroom Classic (Lrc) - no information about in Bridge (or Geosetter)

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When I set the PGS coordinates in Lrc this metadata are not shown in Bridge or Geosetter. If I set the GPS coordinates with Geosetter I can see the changes in Bridge. How can I save the metadata with Lrc to see them in Bridge, Geosetter or e.g. ExifTool?

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Use the menu command Metadata->Save Metadata to File

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Turn on the option in Preferences to automatically write changes to xmp

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Dj_paige is correct, but bear in mind that with  Raw files, this information is in a sidecar file. This should still be readable by Bridge and Geosetter. 

Sean McCormack http://seanmccormack.com

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Everyone else is correct and let me add that if you convert your raw files to DNG files, the sidecar data is contained within the DNG file. It will still act like a raw file (becuase it is) but there are no sidecar files to misplace or lose. 

 

While certainly not required, I've been converting all of my images to DNG images for many many years.

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