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  1. My first post of the "new" Forum and I'm I'm hoping that someone can help with a problem that I've recently encountered... Over the years that I've been shooting stock, I've kept to the same work-flow...shoot RAW, process the images and save them as Tif files; then append the copyright details, captions and keywords to the meta-data using PS (CS4) Bridge. When the images are finished, I convert them to Jpegs and upload to the relevant agency. Recently, I realised that some of my earlier work (about 350 images) would be greatly improved if I re-processed them from the original RAW files. The snag is that the metadata is now on the Jpegs and I can't find a method of BATCH transferring the meta-data from the original jpegs to the newly processed files. Copying and pasting that many pics feels like an awful chore. Does anyone know if it can be done or have any suggestions/pointers to where I might find out how to do it? Thanks... George
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