but i did not find the script
but i'm sure there is one called exifstrip.jsx but can't find it
Did you read that thread?
by Andrew » Sun Dec 18, 2005 6:38 am
Exif info is read-only so I don't think you can play with it at all in PS, EXCEPT if you use Save For Web, it strips the exif along with everything else. That can be done with actions or with scripting.
by Mike Hale » Mon Dec 19, 2005 12:43 am
As Andrew said, you can't remove the camera data directly using Photoshop.
You can either strip the info using Save For Web, open the new version then add your info or as Xbytor pointed out at the Adobe site, make a new doc the same size as your doc then dupe your layer to the new doc. Then add your info to the new doc
You could try recording a Save For Web action and batching that or use the Image Processor Pro automate script to strip preview and metadata
i though a script could do it!
You need to remember Photoshop is not a File editor. Its an Image editor it edits Photoshop documents in memory and can save Photoshop document as layered image file and also save other image file types that do not contain layers a flattened image. Scripts can work with image metadata however some image metadata is treated as read only by Photoshop. You can not change a document name or other data Photoshop makes read only. EXIF data is written by you Camera. Photoshop strives to preserve it but will allow you not to include it in image you saved for the web so the file saved will be smaller and transverse the net faster.