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Apply Metadata Changes to Stacked Images

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A reoccurring challenge I have is to assign a flag or rating to all images in a stack. Sometimes I don't know until I've completed the pano or HDR what my decision is.

A quick Google suggests is to unstack the images, apply the changes, then restack. I could also not find any plugins that would do that.

Is there a easy solution to assign flag/rating etc to all images in a stack?

Thanks
 
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Thanks Johan. That's a great improvement even though I need to apply the metadata to each image separately.
 
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Thanks Johan. That's a great improvement even though I need to apply the metadata to each image separately.
No, you don't. You need to be in Grid view for that, but then the metadata will be applied to all selected images. Make sure you uncheck the menu 'Metadata - Show Metadata for Target Photo Only'.
 
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