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« on: September 20, 2019, 07:14 »
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Hello Mat,
I just uploaded 21 illustrations. By chance, I saw in the review mask that a file contains totally wrong keywords.
Instead of the implemented IPTC data, there was data that must belong to another image from another contributor (siehe jpg).

The other 20 pictures were perfectly okay.
I do not use a keyword tool. I upload my files with completed IPTC data.

Please clarify!

Thanks in advance.


« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2019, 08:25 »
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Hello Mat,
I just uploaded 21 illustrations. By chance, I saw in the review mask that a file contains totally wrong keywords.
Instead of the implemented IPTC data, there was data that must belong to another image from another contributor (siehe jpg).

The other 20 pictures were perfectly okay.
I do not use a keyword tool. I upload my files with completed IPTC data.

Please clarify!

Thanks in advance.

Thanks for the report, please email the file to me as it was when you uploaded it and I'll look into this.

mhayward@adobe.com

Thanks again,

Mat

« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2019, 12:12 »
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This happens to me regularly.  I mean, out of 2-3 uploads of 30-40 images each, one image will have the auto-keywords the AS up-loader guessed rather than those embedded in the image meta data.
I catch this when I go to re-order the keywords.  I don't think there is a fix.

« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2019, 06:08 »
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Hello Mat,

Is there a chance that adobe stock will use iptc data from vector files ?

« Reply #4 on: December 01, 2019, 06:30 »
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Yes, I've seen this also, when you have multiple images selected and click save.. some images get random metadata. I'm always submitting them one by one now.

I don't have any concrete example to report, but here's what I remember if this helps to address the issue.

When you upload images and go to the upload page, you click on 1 thumbnail and it loads the AI and IPTC. However, if you upload images and then select them all without clicking on each of them individually first in order to load the AI and IPTC, then change the category for all selected images and click save, some random metadata appears on some files.
« Last Edit: December 01, 2019, 06:41 by Not Today »


 

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