JPGs are often failing to transfer meta data from several fields (not all) into InDesign. At least in CS6 was this a problem I have not tested it since then so I don't know if this bug was repaired. That's why I use in cases when it comes to projects where I need to draw meta data from the file I use PSD instead.
Oh boy, PSD take alot more space though! But I could do that conversion through Bridge? Image Processor, right?
I did it with one image, it made it 10x bigger file size with no change in image quality, yay!
Ok, so I changed one to PSD, I added the URL to creator in IPTC Core in Bridge, saved, updated links, created live caption, and still not working.
Maybe it's reading the data from somewhere else? arrrhhhghghg
I'm extremely surprised that Adobe hasn't fixed a bug like this, no compatibility for metadata from JPG (the most common image format in the world!?) in CS6?
I suppose this is why CC came out, that's the perk of switching, hahaha.
Link below to image I used:
What I di, I used a dummy file and filled each field with its own name and added every meta data possible in InDesign In German versions we have the problem that the same meta data fields have different names in Photoshop, Bridge, Illustrator, Acrobat and InDesign, as they are very different translated and have sometimes exchanged their names in these program. In English versions they should use the same names.
I'm not sure what you mean by that, could you screenshot an example? I left out my screenshot in the last post, so I'll edit it so you can see it.