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XMP Panels 4.0 STI: A Free and Powerful Tool for Adding and Editing Metadata in Adobe Creative Cloud


XMP Panels 4.0 STI: A Free and Powerful Tool for Adding and Editing Metadata in Adobe Creative Cloud




If you are a creative professional who works with Adobe Creative Cloud applications, you know how important it is to manage your digital assets efficiently and effectively. You need to be able to access, edit, and share your files across different platforms and devices, while maintaining their quality and integrity. You also need to be able to add, modify, and retrieve metadata from your files, such as keywords, descriptions, ratings, labels, and more. Metadata is essential for organizing, searching, and filtering your files, as well as for enhancing their usability and value.


But how can you do all that without spending too much time and effort on tedious and repetitive tasks? How can you streamline your creative workflow and improve your productivity and performance? The answer is simple: you need XMP Panels 4.0 STI.


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XMP Panels 4.0 STI are the ultimate control panels for creative professionals who want to take their digital asset management to the next level. They are custom metadata panels and get info panels that you can install and use on Adobe Bridge CC, the central hub for managing your Adobe Creative Cloud files. They allow you to create, edit, view, and export metadata from your files in a fast and easy way. They also enable you to integrate your files with other applications and platforms, such as digital asset management systems, web services, social media, and more.


In this article, we will explain what XMP Panels are, how they work, how to install them on Adobe Bridge CC, how to use them in Adobe Bridge CC, how to integrate them with other applications, and why they are the best solution for your creative needs. By the end of this article, you will be able to harness the power of XMP Panels 4.0 STI and take your creative workflow to new heights.


What are XMP Panels?




XMP Panels are custom user interfaces that allow you to interact with the metadata of your files in Adobe Bridge CC. Metadata is data that describes other data. For example, metadata of an image file can include information such as the file name, size, format, resolution, color mode, date created, date modified, author name, camera model, lens type, exposure settings, GPS coordinates, keywords, captions, ratings, labels, etc.


Metadata can be stored in different ways depending on the file format and the application that created or edited it. Some file formats have their own metadata standards or schemas that define what kind of metadata can be stored and how it can be accessed. For example,


  • JPEG files use EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) to store metadata such as camera settings and location information.



  • PDF files use XMP (Extensible Metadata Platform) to store metadata such as document properties and security settings.



  • MP3 files use ID3 (Identify MP3) to store metadata such as song title, artist name, album name, genre, etc.





However, not all file formats support metadata or have a standard way of storing it. For example,


  • PNG files do not have a native way of storing metadata.



  • TIFF files can store metadata using different tags or fields that are not consistent across applications.



  • RAW files can store metadata using proprietary formats that are specific to each camera manufacturer.





This means that if you want to add or edit metadata on these files, you need to use different tools or methods for each file format or application. This can be time-consuming and confusing.


XMP Panels solve this problem by using XMP as a universal way of storing and accessing metadata on any file format or application. XMP is an open standard developed by Adobe that allows you to embed metadata into any file using XML (Extensible Markup Language). XML is a language that uses tags or elements to structure data in a human-readable and machine-readable way.


XMP Panels allow you to create custom XML schemas that define what kind of metadata you want to store on your files and how you want to display it on Adobe Bridge CC. You can also use predefined XML schemas that are compatible with industry standards or common applications. For example,


  • Dublin Core is a standard XML schema that defines 15 basic elements for describing any resource, such as title, creator, subject, description, date, etc.



  • IPTC Core is a standard XML schema that defines 18 elements for describing news and media resources, such as headline, byline, keywords, location, etc.



  • Photoshop is a custom XML schema that defines 40 elements for describing Photoshop-specific properties, such as layers, channels, masks, history, etc.





XMP Panels also allow you to create custom XMP actions that define what kind of operations you want to perform on your files using metadata. For example,


  • Apply Preset is an XMP action that allows you to apply a predefined set of adjustments or effects to your files using metadata.



  • Export Metadata is an XMP action that allows you to export the metadata of your files to a CSV (Comma Separated Values) file or a JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) file.



  • Upload to Web Service is an XMP action that allows you to upload your files and their metadata to a web service such as Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, etc.





XMP Panels are designed to be flexible and customizable. You can create your own XMP Panels or use existing ones created by other users or developers. You can also share your XMP Panels with others or download them from online sources. You can have multiple XMP Panels for different purposes or projects. You can also switch between different XMP Panels depending on your needs or preferences.


How do XMP Panels work?




XMP Panels work by using XMP metadata to create smart assets that can be searched, retrieved, managed, and exchanged across software, devices, and databases. Smart assets are files that have embedded metadata that describes their content and context. Smart assets can be recognized and processed by any application or platform that supports XMP.


XMP Panels work in two ways: as metadata panels and as get info panels. Metadata panels are user interfaces that allow you to create, edit, view, and export metadata from your files in Adobe Bridge CC. Get info panels are user interfaces that allow you to view the metadata of your files in Adobe Bridge CC without opening them.


Metadata panels are located on the right side of the Adobe Bridge CC window. They consist of three main components: the panel name, the panel menu, and the panel content. The panel name is the title of the XMP Panel that you are using. The panel menu is a drop-down list that allows you to select different options or settings for the XMP Panel. The panel content is the area where you can see and edit the metadata of your files.


Get info panels are located on the bottom left corner of the Adobe Bridge CC window. They consist of two main components: the panel name and the panel content. The panel name is the title of the XMP Panel that you are using. The panel content is the area where you can see the metadata of your files without opening them.


To use XMP Panels, you need to do the following steps:


  • Select one or more files in Adobe Bridge CC that you want to work with.



  • Open the metadata panel or the get info panel that corresponds to the XMP Panel that you want to use.



  • View or edit the metadata of your files using the options or settings available on the XMP Panel.



  • Save or export your changes or perform other actions using the XMP Panel.





How to install XMP Panels on Adobe Bridge CC?




To install XMP Panels on Adobe Bridge CC, you need to have Adobe Bridge CC and Adobe Photoshop CC installed on your computer. You also need to have an account on the Adobe website and sign in with your Adobe ID. Here are the steps to install XMP Panels on Adobe Bridge CC:


  • Go to the [Xmp Panels 4.0 Sti Download] page on the Xiaomi Community website.



  • Click on the Download button and wait for the file to be downloaded.



  • Extract the zip file and open the folder named XMP Panels 4.0 STI.



  • Double-click on the file named XMP Panels 4.0 STI.exe and follow the instructions to install the plugin.



  • Open Adobe Bridge CC and go to Edit > Preferences > Plug-ins and check if the XMP Panels 4.0 STI plugin is enabled. If not, enable it and restart Adobe Bridge CC.



  • Go to Window > Workspace > Metadata and check if the XMP Panels 4.0 STI panel is visible on the right side of the Adobe Bridge CC window. If not, go to Window > Extensions and select XMP Panels 4.0 STI from the list.



  • Go to Window > Workspace > Essentials and check if the XMP Panels 4.0 STI panel is visible on the bottom left corner of the Adobe Bridge CC window. If not, go to Window > Extensions and select XMP Panels 4.0 STI from the list.





Congratulations! You have successfully installed XMP Panels 4.0 STI on Adobe Bridge CC. You can now start using them to create and edit metad


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