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The Bridge to metadata

Added on Monday 27th of February 2006 05:47 am EST
 

Applications:

Adobe Bridge CS2

Operating Systems:

Macintosh, Microsoft Windows

Keywords:

Bridge, Photoshop, Metadata, File Info Keywords

 

If you’re using Creative Suite 2, the stand-alone application, Bridge, has replaced the File Browser. However, you can access your metadata through the Bridge in much of the same way you do using the File Browser. The Bridge offers two ways to access metadata: the File Info dialog box and the Metadata panel.

 

To view image metadata through Bridge’s File Info dialog box:

1.       Launch Bridge.

2.      Navigate to a folder that contains images to display in the content area of the Bridge.

3.      Click on an image thumbnail from the Bridge content area.

4.      Choose File > File Info to display Bridge’s File Info dialog box.

 

Follow along with the steps outlined in the article “Metadata: What’s embedded in your files?” in this issue of Inside Photoshop for inform...