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  1. 4:03 PM, June 15, 2011Edward Sturr  / Reply

    I’d like to remove metadata from tif files. Can I save them as png files, remove the data
    then save the png files as tifs w/o the mdata?

    Any other possibilities?

    • 6:30 PM, June 15, 2011Anthony Marino  / Reply

      Yes, in OSX, if you open the tiff (8bit or 16bit) file in preview, you can save it as a png and then back to a tiff. This will remove the Metadata automatically. Just make sure you choose the same bit rate. Im not sure if something similar can be done in windows. I would presume so, but Im not sure. The way I remove metadata is with Aperture 3. In Aperture I can can simply uncheck the “include Metadata” box for ether jpeg or tiff files when I’m exporting. You do this by editing the Export Presets. Here’s the link.

  2. 1:53 PM, November 25, 2011carrie  / Reply

    Most of the times I remove the metadata using the above method. Is there a way to disable the metadata addtion feature in the application level itself?

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