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LuisFaus says

Is there any quicker way to speed up the process of the IPTC/XMP Data input per picture? Is there any automatic tool for it? – like for series of pictures – or i just need to stick with the slow input data of each and every picture ?

(My method so far is put the input data in Photoshop by ctrl+shift+alt+i, modify with a saved template and save for each picture. But I have in my queue more than 5k images and more pour in every other day that I take pictures. That is basically why I would like to know if there is any tool to speed up the process)

Thank you.

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gubernat says

I was also interested in the answer to this question.

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JenniMcCarthy says

I believe you can do batches through Photoshop Bridge by selecting multiple photos and going to the tools menu and applying your template. Or I prefer Photoshop Lightroom.

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LuisFaus says

I believe you can do batches through Photoshop Bridge by selecting multiple photos and going to the tools menu and applying your template. Or I prefer Photoshop Lightroom.

Awesome mate, never thought about bridge. Finally can do more than one bloody photo at a time. Thank you!

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