XMP Dateien speichern

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Sep 17, 2020 Sep 17, 2020

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Hallo,

 

wie speichert man im neuesten Lightroom die XMP Daten in einem Ordner? Wenn ich in Photoshop ein RAW File bearbeite, ist anschließend automatisch im Ordner, wo sich die RAW Datei befindet, ein File, das meine Bearbeitungen enthält. Wie bekomme ich so ein File in Lightroom?

 

Früher konnte man das unter "Bearbeiten - Katalogeinstellungen" festlegen, oder einfach auf das Bild rechtsklicken und "Metadaten in Dateien speichern" auswählen.

 

Wie komme ich jetzt an die XMP Files?

 

Danke

 

Lg Sandra

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Sep 17, 2020 Sep 17, 2020

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"In the past you could do this under "Edit - Catalog Settings", or simply right-click on the image and select "Save metadata to files"."

 

1. Triple-check these are actually raws and not DNGs, JPEGs, TIFFs, etc. (which store their metadata inside the files themselves rather than .xmp sidecars).  

 

2. Please copy here the first ten lines from the menu command Help > System Info -- that will let us know precisely which version of LR and operating system you're running, which will affect future answers.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 17, 2020 Sep 17, 2020

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The XMP file, also known as a sidecar file holds all of the data of any adjustment of your raw file. But you know this.

 

Lightroom does things a bit differently in that it holds all of the data of any adjustment in the database file that runs in the background of Lightroom. If you go to your LR-C catalog, you'll see that this has an ending of ".lrdata" and that's where ALL of the XMP data is held. 

 

Is there something that you wanted to do with the XMP data?

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Sep 17, 2020 Sep 17, 2020

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I did forget to add that if you do want the XMP data in that folder and/or if you're using DNG files you can write the metadata into the file (the raw data is not changed, this is no different than if you are using Adobe Camera Raw) you can do this when you are in the Develop mode. But otherwise, this is normally not necessary.

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Are you using Lightroom (cloud-based) application on your cumputer ?

Regards, Denis: iMac mid-2015, 5K 27”, GPU 2GB, Ram 24GB, HDD 3TB, macOS 11.2.3, LrC 10.2, Lr 4.1, Ps 22.3, Pr 14.8.0; Camera OM-D E-M1.

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Sep 17, 2020 Sep 17, 2020

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Basically this is available for RAW files to support image viewers that do not work well with LrC on your computer. OR you want to share  with someone else. 

 

see: https://lightroomkillertips.com/writing-xmp-files-shouldnt/

 

 

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