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    I use PSE8 on Vista with IE8 and if I upload a jpeg picture to (say) a photo website then I can still read the Exif camera setting information by clicking on the uploaded pic and using (say) KUSO Exif Viewer. But, if I put the jpeg in (say) a frame and then upload it all as one jpeg the camera data does not follow. Does this mean that once one uses more than a single Layer eg the pic layer, in PSE8 then the Exif data does not follow it around when multi-layers are merged and uploaded as one jpeg?
    Would appreciate some expert comment. Thanks Ron
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    Quote Originally Posted by RonH View Post
    I use PSE8 on Vista with IE8 and if I upload a jpeg picture to (say) a photo website then I can still read the Exif camera setting information by clicking on the uploaded pic and using (say) KUSO Exif Viewer. But, if I put the jpeg in (say) a frame and then upload it all as one jpeg the camera data does not follow. Does this mean that once one uses more than a single Layer eg the pic layer, in PSE8 then the Exif data does not follow it around when multi-layers are merged and uploaded as one jpeg?
    Would appreciate some expert comment. Thanks Ron
    Ron


    I'm no expert, but a bit of Googling led me*here. I'm not sure I understood all that I read there, but is it any help?

    Ian


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    Quote Originally Posted by IanWilson View Post
    Ron


    I'm no expert, but a bit of Googling led me*here. I'm not sure I understood all that I read there, but is it any help?

    Ian
    Ian ... why did I not think of that, thanks mate.
    Its not quite what I am looking to solve but its leading me down the right track
    Ron
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