Exif Video Resolved

for Premiere Pro


Windows and Mac version






 



    Instructions manual


   Windows version Instructions

    Prerequisite

    Installing Plug-in

    Uninstalling Plug-in

     How to use on Windows


   Mac version Instructions

     Prerequisite

     Installing Plug-in

     Uninstalling Plug-in

     How to use on Mac























 


Windows version Instructions

 

Prerequisite


In order for the plug-in to work, ExifTool should be installed. Please, go to ExifTool website

https://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/ and install the last version available or follow the

next step.

 

1.     Download the Windows Executable from the ExifTool home page

2.     Rename "exiftool(-k).exe" to "exiftool.exe".

     (or "exiftool(-k)" to "exiftool" if file name extensions are hidden on your system)

3.     Move "exiftool.exe" to the "C:\WINDOWS" directory.

Installing Plug-in

 

1.     Unzip the content of the package and double click on Install_evr_PR_CameraBrand.exe

2.     Done.



 

Could be possible that some antivirus application (es. Bitdefender or Avira) report that the installation executable or other files in the package as suspected virus and block them.
So, please consider this case during troubleshooting issues.


Uninstalling Plug-in

 

1.     In C:\Users\username\Exif Video Resolved PR\, double click on Uninstall_evr_PR_CameraBrand.exe

2.     Done.




 
 

How to use on Windows


Disclaimer:
This plug-in will execute ExifTool read and write commands on media files and should not be able to modify any system files. While these commands are generally safe, it is highly recommended to backup the original media files before processing them. Use of this plug-in at your discretion. I will not be responsible for any damage to your system or your media files.

 


1.     In Windows Explorer, select any folder containig .mp4 or .mov files then

    right-click Send to>evrPR - append XMP-EXIF data for CameraBrand





  



A pop-up message will appear to ask you if you want to proceed.














While this plug-in is generally safe, it is highly recommended to backup the original media files

before processing them.


The plug-in takes some time to finish and the duration depends on the write speeds of the data

storage, the number and the size of the media files in the folder and sub-folder. After the plug-in

has finished processing all the media files, pop-up windows will appear indicating the number of

the files processed.






If the plug-in detects that one or more multimedia files have already been processed previously,

it will skip them and it will notify you with a pop-up window highlighting the number of files

already processed previously.





Now the EXIF data contained in the media files that have been processed by the plug-in

can be read on Premiere Pro in the Metalogging panel.






Mac version Instructions


Prerequisite


In order for the plug-in to work, ExifTool has been required to be installed. Please go to ExifTool

website : https://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/ and install the last version of the

MacOS Package available.

 

Installing Plug-in

 

1.     Open the DMG package and drag and drop Exif Video Resolved CameraBrand folder

     to Applications folder.






2.     To install the app, just double click on the workflow file on the bottom right and click install.





 


Uninstalling Plug-in

 

1.     Delete (Move to Trash) the /Applications/Exif Video Resolved CameraBrand folder.

2.     In /Users/username/Library/Services/

     delete the file evrPR - append XMP-EXIF data for CameraBrand.workflow




How to use on Mac


Disclaimer:
This plug-in will execute ExifTool read and write commands on media files and should not be able to modify any system files. While these commands are generally safe, it is highly recommended to backup the original media files before processing them. Use of this plug-in at your discretion. I will not be responsible for any damage to your system or your media files.

 

1.     In Finder, select any folder containing .mp4 or .mov files

     then right-click Services>evrPR - append XMP-EXIF data for CameraBrand





 



A pop-up message will appear to ask you if you want to proceed.














While this plug-in is generally safe, it is highly recommended to backup the original media files

before processing them.


The plug-in takes some time to finish and the duration depends on the write speeds of the data

storage, the number and the size of the media files in the folder and sub-folder. After the plug-in

has finished processing all the media files, pop-up windows will appear indicating the number of

the files processed.






If the plug-in detects that one or more multimedia files have already been processed previously,

it will skip them and it will notify you with a pop-up window highlighting the number of files

already processed previously.





Now the EXIF data contained in the media files that have been processed by the plug-in

can be read on Premiere Pro in the Metalogging panel.