|PanGazer – saved metadata|
Image files can include ‘metadata’ (extra information, such as camera settings and location) as well as the image itself (which has implied X and Y dimensions, etc.).
PanGazer saves an image as a JFIF (JPEG File Interchange Format) file with extension .jpg or .jpeg. This will have Exif (Exchangeable image file) metadata, and for spherical images will also have XMP (Extensible Metadata Platform) metadata (some of which are also present in the Exif metadata). Images may have other metadata that were loaded for the current image; these metadata are copied as-is.
PanGazer currently saves a number of values calculated by PanGazer and also (if available) a small number of ‘well-known’ values copied from the source Exif metadata, as follows.
Numerical values calculated by PanGazer when a view is saved (if available, these override values from the source image):
Numerical values copied from the source image (if available):
String values copied from the source image (if available):
360° XMP metadata:
Other metadata could be added to this list in the future; let me know if there is anything specific that you need.
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This page was last updated on 2022-02-12 by mfc.