b1: Writing IPTC data to non-image file

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b1: Writing IPTC data to non-image file

Post by helmut » Tue Dec 13, 2005 9:36 pm

XnView will GPF when editing IPTC data of a JPG and a non-JPG file:

1. In Browser select a JPG image and a PNG image file
2. Use "Tools > Metadata > Edit IPTC data" to open IPTC dialog
3. Enter some values
4. Confirm dialog with "Write all selected" button

-> XnView will GPF

The problem is not the GPF but the fact that the user can edit IPTC data for file formats which do not have (and cannot have) IPTC data.

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Re: b1: Writing IPTC data to non-image file

Post by xnview » Thu Dec 15, 2005 1:29 pm

helmut wrote:XnView will GPF when editing IPTC data of a JPG and a non-JPG file:

1. In Browser select a JPG image and a PNG image file
2. Use "Tools > Metadata > Edit IPTC data" to open IPTC dialog
3. Enter some values
4. Confirm dialog with "Write all selected" button

-> XnView will GPF

The problem is not the GPF but the fact that the user can edit IPTC data for file formats which do not have (and cannot have) IPTC data.
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Post by Xyzzy » Mon Dec 19, 2005 10:53 pm

Fixed in b2.

Works as expected, IPTC data written only to files supporting IPTC (tested with JPG and PNG files).

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Post by helmut » Mon Dec 19, 2005 11:35 pm

Xyzzy wrote:Fixed in b2.

Works as expected, IPTC data written only to files supporting IPTC (tested with JPG and PNG files).

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Works better, but not 100%.

1. In Browser select a JPG and a PNG image
2. Use "Tools > Metadata > Edit IPTC data" to open IPTC dialog
3. Use the "<" or ">" to navigate to the PNG file
4. Use "Write" to write to the PNG
-> GPF

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Post by Xyzzy » Tue Dec 20, 2005 9:25 am

I confirm.

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Post by ckit » Thu Jan 05, 2006 2:11 am

Fixed in Beta 3.
Windows 10 Pro x64 1909
XnViewMP and Classic and PhotoFiltre Studio X

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