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Assets custom metadata

deepakt84913413
Level 4
Level 4

Hi,

I need some extra metadata for the assets I upload in DAM to be populated in my asset metadata schema..

Images

  1. Orientation

Videos

  1. Orientation
  2. Duration
  3. Frame size

Is this possible out of the box?

1 Accepted Solution
Bharath_valse
Correct answer by
Level 4
Level 4

You could use tools like exiftool or ffmpeg to view metadata of an asset. Below are few commands

Read all metadata

exiftool abc.mp4

Read XMP metadata (metadata from creative cloud tools like PS, AE ..)

exiftool -xmp -b -m -scanForXMP abc.mp4 > out.xmp

Reference

https://owl.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/examples.html

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Bharath_valse
Level 4
Level 4

You could use metadata schemas [0] to create the extra fields for assets and apply them to the folders which require the change.

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Metadata Schemas

deepakt84913413
Level 4
Level 4

Right. I know I am able to do that. But capturing that information is what I am struggling with. Is there any out of the box feature that captures the above mentioned metadata?

Bharath_valse
Level 4
Level 4

, Do you want to auto populate these metadata fields when and asset is uploaded? Or do you want to programmatically read the stored metadata?

deepakt84913413
Level 4
Level 4

I want to populate them when the asset is uploaded.

Bharath_valse
Level 4
Level 4

In this case AEM 6.4 should auto populate these custom metadata fields if you match the schema to the the image metadata value. If you have a namespace which is custom, one needs to create custom namespaces as well

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deepakt84913413
Level 4
Level 4

Right. Okay , so I guess I have to write something custom for that metadata. I am just not sure whether this information could be retrieved out of the box or should I be running the image through a tool like ffmpeg. 😕

Bharath_valse
Correct answer by
Level 4
Level 4

You could use tools like exiftool or ffmpeg to view metadata of an asset. Below are few commands

Read all metadata

exiftool abc.mp4

Read XMP metadata (metadata from creative cloud tools like PS, AE ..)

exiftool -xmp -b -m -scanForXMP abc.mp4 > out.xmp

Reference

https://owl.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/examples.html

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