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If this issue is still live, and you have some skills in programming, the Adobe scripting language (https://www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/devnet/scripting/pdfs/javascript_tools_guide.pdf) has the capability to read/edit metadata. (10 Scripting Access to XMP Metadata . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page. 257) ...


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You are probably changing the metadata with exiftool before changes are written by Lightroom. To ensure you don't loose LR changes when using exiftool; Make the develop changes in Lightrooom, save metadata in LR, run exiftool, then read metadata in LR.


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Try: exiftool -tagsfromfile orig.jpg -exif new.jpg Edit: See the last few paragraphs of Exiftool FAQ #9. A similar command is mentioned there but unfortunately was inaccurate until today.


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As you say, AbsoluteAltitude and RelativeAltitude do not appear to be defined tags. exiftool cannot copy them if it does not know how they are defined. In Phil Harvey's (author of exiftool) answer in this discussion at exiftool's forum, you must create a user-defined tag in order for exiftool to write it. Please see the exiftool sample config file for ...



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