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I'd like separate long lat (GPS) fields in my metadata template in Lightroom 9

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Jun 09, 2020

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I'm digitising quite a large amount of old prints for an online project. I'm using the map module to add GPS so they can work with the online map.

 

Ideally I would have separate lines for long and lat, which is a request of the developer.

 

In previous editions of Lightoom I'd edit the lrtemplate to create new metadata fields. I can't do this with the move to XMP.

 

Any help much appreciated.

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I'd like separate long lat (GPS) fields in my metadata template in Lightroom 9

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I'm digitising quite a large amount of old prints for an online project. I'm using the map module to add GPS so they can work with the online map.

 

Ideally I would have separate lines for long and lat, which is a request of the developer.

 

In previous editions of Lightoom I'd edit the lrtemplate to create new metadata fields. I can't do this with the move to XMP.

 

Any help much appreciated.

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Only Develop presets moved to the .xmp format. All other LR presets are still in .lrtemplate format. You can find the .lrtemplate files for metadata presets by doing Preferences > Presets > Show All Other Lightroom Presets to open Finder / File Explorer and then going toe the Metadata Presets subfolder.

 

For example, here's the contents of the .lrtemplate for my "Clear GPS" preset:

 

 

s = {
	id = "AFB5C712-3D71-41D7-8F29-EF9D341F8161",
	internalName = "Clear GPS",
	title = "Clear GPS",
	type = "Metadata",
	value = {
		["com.adobe.GPS"] = "",
		uuid = "F5A079A4-AE6F-46DC-8E04-38317FAD029B",
	},
	version = 0,
}

 

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