>I hope somebody can help me.
>Meanwhile I've corrected thousends of fotographs by Gimp (Vers.
>All of these pictures are described with any foto processing program
>(e.g. photoshop) under the EXIF name of 'title'.
>If I use gimp2 the EXIF picture description got lost and instead of
>this I get 'x-default' as new title.
>If I open File>Properties I can find the my original picture
>description as EXIF-Dates of 'ImageDescription' and 'XPTitle'.
>If I save the picture I find (instead of the correct Title) always
>'X-default' as the Title.
>My foto is described by 'Railway Station' as EXIF title.
>In Gimp2 I find under file>properties as ImageDescription and as Title
>If I Export or overwrite the respective foto I get 'X-default' instead
>of 'Railway Station'
>I use the windows version 2.8.14 in German.
>I tried nearly everything to find a solution but I failed. Does
>somebody could help me?
Even if you update to Gimp 2.10 which has better exif support, that particular
XMP data is lost.
What you can use is Imagemagick - www.imagemagick.org - to save the data
**before** any editing.
The command to extract the data is:
magick original.jpg in.xmp
The file in.xmp is text and can be edited if required.
After editing and exporting the file (edited.jpg) the XMP data is written back
to a new jpeg
magick edited.jpg -profile XMP:in.xmp new.jpg
A couple of screenshots:
1. Shows the terminal and commands.
2. Shows a comparison between the original jpeg and the final (new) edited jpeg.
Not that it helps in your case but why Gimp 2.8.16? The current is 2.8.22 with
many bugs fixed.
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