EXIF and IPTC

Edit EXIF Metadata

Easily add or edit EXIF Image Metadata on JPEG and TIFF images stored in the WordPress Media Library when editing a Media Library attachment:

  • In the list or grid view,
  • Using Quick Edit
  • Using Bulk Edit

The following EXIF properties can be edited:

  • Camera Make and Model
  • Created Date and Time
  • Author
  • Comments
  • Description
  • Title
  • Geolocation Data (Latitude and Longitude, with address to lat/lng functionality)
Media Library Organizer: EXIF and IPTC Addon: Edit

Edit IPTC Metadata

Easily add or edit IPTC Image Metadata on JPEG images stored in the WordPress Media Library when editing a Media Library attachment:

  • In the list or grid view,
  • Using Quick Edit
  • Using Bulk Edit

Media Library Organizer Pro reads and writes both IIM and XMP metadata, following the IPTC Photo Metadata Standard 2019.1 standard.

Refer to the Documentation for a full list of supported fields.

Display Image Licensing on Google Image Search Results

Using the IPTC editor when editing a WordPress image, Media Library Pro supports the required fields needed for Google to display a Licensable badge on image search results, by embedding the following information in your images:

  • Copyright Notice
  • Creator
  • Credit Line
  • Licensor Name
  • Licensor URL
  • Web Statement of Rights

Automatically save EXIF and IPTC data to all image sizes

To ensure EXIF and IPTC metadata (including image licensing / copyright badges) are displayed on Google Image search results and within any file / photo editing software, Media Library Pro will save your defined EXIF and IPTC data to all image size variants for each WordPress Attachment when you edit EXIF/IPTC data for an image in the Media Library.

This ensures that key metadata is preserved, regardless of which image someone might search for and/or download.

Change Geolocation Data

Change an image’s geolocation data by using Media Library Organizer Pro’s built in geocoding functionality.

Enter an address, city or ZIP / Postal Code, and Media Library Organizer Pro will fetch the latitude and longitude, storing it in the image file.

Alternatively, you can manually enter a latitude and longitude.

Media Library Organizer: EXIF & IPTC: Edit Geolocation Data

Display EXIF Metadata on Galleries

Media Library Organizer Pro extends WordPress’ native [gallery] shortcode, meaning you can display EXIF metadata anywhere that your site displays a WordPress Gallery.

Metadata includes:

  • Editable: Camera Make and Model, Created Date and Time, Author, Comments, Description, Title, Geolocation Data
  • Read-only: Aperture, Focal Length, ISO, Orientation, Shutter Speed, Flash, Metering Mode, White Balance

We don’t lock you into bespoke shortcodes, ensuring you can turn your existing shortcodes into enhanced Galleries quickly and easily.

Media Library Organizer: EXIF & IPTC: Display EXIF Metadata

Display Images by EXIF Metadata

Existing WordPress Galleries can have conditions set to display images based on:

  • Camera Make
  • Camera Model
  • Created Date (specific date or range)
  • Created Time (specific time or range)
  • Author
  • Comments
  • Description
  • Title
Media Library Organizer: EXIF & IPTC: Display by Date

Use Dynamic Tags

Automatically populate WordPress Attachment attributes (Title, Alt Tag, Description and Caption) on upload with file specific information, including:

  • File Data (File Name, Extension, Type, Size)
  • Image Dimensions
  • Uploaded Date / Time
  • WordPress Author/Uploader Information
  • EXIF metadata
  • IPTC metadata

This can be done either:

Specify Default EXIF and IPTC Metadata

Automatically populate EXIF and IPTC attributes on upload with file specific information, including:

  • File Data (File Name, Extension, Type, Size)
  • Image Dimensions
  • Uploaded Date / Time
  • WordPress Author/Uploader Information

This can be done either:

Display Images within a Radius

With the Dynamic Galleries Addon enabled, existing WordPress Galleries can have conditions set to display images with geolocation that that fall within a given radius from a starting location (address, city or ZIP / postal code).

Edit and view your EXIF and IPTC metadata

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