- On MSDN, take a look at the System.Windows.Media.Imaging namespace.
These are WPF classes that wrap WIC. WIC provides support for IPTC,
XMP, Exif, etc. metadata handling.
I have samples on my blog (blogs.msdn.com/rwlodarc) on how to work
with the BitmapMetadata class.
Please let me know if you have any questions!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Michael Steidl (IPTC)"
>properties. Actually this is
> Hi Siva
> to outline your challenge:
> 1) XMP is an XML language to express any kind of metadata
> RDF/XML. In other words: XMP is not limited in any way to themetadata properties of the
> IPTC.this technology was
> You can find more on XMP at http://www.adobe.com/products/xmp/ as
> invented by Adobe.2008. This bad thing
> On this page you can find the latest XMP Toolkit/SDK of September
> about this SDK for you is that it only provides an API in C/C++ orJava and not in NET.
>toolkit, see above.
> The only XMP NET component I know is the one from Chilkat
> ... but I have to add it is not fully compatible to the latest XMP
>properties additional to the
> 2) And there are two metadata schemas from the IPTC building on XMP
> - the IPTC Core 1.1
> - and the IPTC Extension 1.0, which is as the name tells a set of
> ones in the IPTC Core.Core & Extension"
> First go to www.iptc.org, then go to "Photo Metadata" and "IPTC
> From this page you can download the "IPTC Photo Metadata 2008"
> document which exactly specifies how to express these properties byXMP.
> Good luck
> On 2 Dec 2008 at 9:30 siva nageswara rao wrote:
> > hi this is siva
> > i need full infromation about xmp and iptc in detail
> > i am new to xmp i would be happy u send this document,
> > what i want to know is how to use,where to use and how to
> > .net platform.
> > Regards,
> > SIVA
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