XML to XMP Metadata

The XML to XMP Metada node takes an XML file and imports the properties into the PDF document Metadata. 

Metadata is any data that helps describe the content or characteristics of the PDF document. This information is normally viewed through the Document Properties dialog in most PDF software applications and some operating systems. Document metadata can also be used with a content management system (CMS) to organize and display the file properties within the CMS software.

With an XMP enabled application, you can view additional meaningful information about a project (such as titles and descriptions, searchable keywords, and up-to-date author and copyright information) in a format that is easily understood by various software and tools. With XMP, desktop applications and back-end publishing systems gain a standardized method for capturing, sharing, and leveraging this valuable metadata.

Key benefits

●  Create smart assets that retain their context when traveling across software, devices, and databases.

●  Enable powerful search and retrieval of rich media across diverse file formats and database systems.

●  Manage relationships of assets throughout their life cycle of content creation and consumption.


General Settings

Insert: XML Metadata can be imported one of 2 ways:

File - Sets the file to be inserted into the PDF

Note: This directory is local to where the server is running not the PAS Manager and so the file path must follow the format set by the OS of the server.



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