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Now, we have just finished talking about Filtering by Copyright Notice here inside of Bridge, but what if you don't have any Copyright Notices? As you see here in my Filtering Pane over here, I have several images; nine to be exact, that have no Copyright Notice. Let me go ahead and turn off that Filtering parameter real quick, and we are just going to take a look at how to add a Copyright Notice to your photographs.
So for instance, I have several photographs by the same photographer, who is actually named Scott Snyder. He is a very good photographer who posts his work on the Stock Exchange and provided those for this training series. What I want to do now is I want to add his Copyright Notice to all of these photographs that he has taken.
So in order to do that I am going to actually go into the File Info Menu, and I am going to select one photograph to start out with here. Then I am going to jump into the File Info Menu, and I can do this by coming up to the File Menu and choosing File Info, or you can hit the keyboard shortcut, Ctr+Shift+Alt+I, or on Mac that would be Command+Shift+Option+I, and you can jump into the File Info Menu.
But now we are inside of this File Info Menu here, and we can start to add our Copyright Notice. So the first thing I need to do here is I need to add the Author's name, and in this case the name would be Scott Snyder. The Author Title would be simply Photographer.
Then we will come down here and we will say that the Status of this image is Copyrighted, and we will go ahead and enter in the Copyright Notice of, 2007.
There is one other thing that we can do here is, we can go back to the IPTC Status, and there is a Rights Usage Terms dialog box here, and we want to enter in here, All Rights Reserved. When we do that, we will just go ahead and finish that off, like so.
What we want to do now is we want to come up here in the File Info dialog box, we want to choose this little Fly-out Menu, this little arrow right up here in the top right hand corner. When we do so, we can choose this Save Metadata template. When I do that, I should get a dialog box that pops up and says, what do you want to name your template? I will just name this one Snyder, and I will go ahead and click Save.
Now, we have saved that Metadata template and we are going to be able to apply that to multiple images here in just a moment. So I will go ahead now and I will click OK, and you should notice here in the Copyright Notices; if I show you here, that we have the 2007 Copyright Notice that we had for Scott Snyder, and the image here is saved Amy Lee-1.jpg.
So what I am going to do now is unfilter those results, go back to my Main Content window here inside of Bridge, and I am going to expand up this Metadata Pane that we had put down here below because we wanted to see more of our Filter Menu earlier, we are going to drag that back up so we can see it. I am going to select all of the other images in this arrangement here, and we are going to select all of the images by Scott Snyder, simply by holding down the Shift key, and then clicking the very last image. You should see all of them appear here inside of the Preview window.
Then I am going to come back over to the Metadata Pane. I am going to click the little Fly-out Menu next to that, and I am going to select Replace Metadata. I will choose Snyder as my Metadata template of choice here. Go ahead and click that, and now you won't see any visible change in these images, but if I go into the File Info Menu for one of them, like let's say Amy Lee-6.jpg; and I will come back up to the File Menu, choose File Info. I should have Scott Snyder as my Author. He is a Photographer. The Copyright Notice of 2007. Then of course we also have the All Rights Reserved right there in the Rights Usage Terms.
So I will go ahead and click OK now, and all of those settings have been applied to all of those images in my content window. So this is just how to add instant Copyright Notices to multiple images in Bridge using your new and improved Metadata template.