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How can I add copyright info to an image using Canon DPP4?

dpsaiz
Enthusiast

As I have previously mentioned I bought a 1Ds MkII. This camera doesn't have the functionality to add copyright information to the image from the camera so I have to add it via software.

Canon DPP4 is what I have. How can I add copyright info to an image using DPP4? 

Thanks!

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Peter
Authority
Authority

Both my 1Ds and my D30 have a post in Exif called Owner name.

For 1Ds I needed FireWire that I don't have, but I used Gphoto2 to add my name in D30.

gphoto2 --set-config /main/settings/ownername="Peter"

 

jrhoffman75
Legend
Legend

@dpsaiz wrote:

As I have previously mentioned I bought a 1Ds MkII. This camera doesn't have the functionality to add copyright information to the image from the camera so I have to add it via software.

Canon DPP4 is what I have. How can I add copyright info to an image using DPP4? 

Thanks!


To the image itself or to he EXIF data for the image?

John Hoffman
Conway, NH

1D X Mark III, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, Pixma TR8620a, LR Classic

EXIF

johnrmoyer
Mentor
Mentor

I suggest exiftool. If using Windows, the quoting on the command line will be different than in Linux or MacOS. Exiftool is free software. https://exiftool.org/

 

exiftool -copyrightnotice='Copyright John Moyer, all rights reserved' *.JPG

will write a copyright notice to the meta data. The same may be done for all of the IPTC data.

https://www.iptc.org/std/photometadata/documentation/userguide/

https://exiftool.org/TagNames/MWG.html

 

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