Hi from France.
This is a technical point...
Step by step :
- with an external dam software (IDimager), I assign the tag Event ("Iptc4xmpExt:Event") with, say, "TEST", to a jpg file.
- I update the file, then close IDimager.
- I open PS, open the jpg file and look at its informations (File > Informations)
Under "IPTC Extension", the box "Event" is empty... No more "TEST". I look at "Advanced" and I find this :
> no "IPTC Extension",
> a new entry, called "Scheme (h**p://iptc.org/std/Iptc4xmpExt/1.0/2008-02.29/) ; under this entry, I see : "Iptc4xmpExt_1_:Event" with the value "TEST" [I replaced the "tt" of "http" with "**" to avoid creating a link]
If I check the tag Event with an other program (XnView which allows to see the XMP, or the free and excellent EXIFTool), all is right. There is no problem with this mysterious "_1_" added by PS at the end of the Event tag name.
Any idea ?
IDimager allows the user to change (almost) everything, including infos for any XMP scheme. So, I deleted the "1.0" in the URI for Iptc4xmpExt:Event, re-assign the affected photos and now, when opening one of these photos in Photoshop, the tag Event is at the right place : in IPTC Extension, box Event (of course...)
Thank you for the help.