Extract embedded metadata from files. Once installed and active, this module has the following features:
- When configuring the module, the user can:
- View and enable/diable extractors;
- View and enable/diable mappers;
- Configure the metadata crosswalk for the JSON Pointer mapper (if enabled).
- When adding a media, the module will automatically:
- Extract metadata from the file using enabled;
- Save the metadata alongside the media;
- Map metadata to resource values.
- When editing a media/item or batch editing media/item, the user can choose to
perform a number of actions:
- Refresh metadata: (re)extract metadata from files;
- Refresh and map metadata: (re)extract metadata from files and map metadata to resource values;
- Map metadata: Map extracted metadata to resource values;
- Delete metadata: Delete extracted metadata.
- When viewing and editing a media, the user can see the extracted metadata in the "Extract metadata" section.
Extractors extract metadata from files. Note that extractors must be enabled on the module configuration page. This module comes with four extractors, but more can be added depending on your need.
Used to extract many types of metadata from many types of files. Requires the ExifTool command-line application.
Used to extract EXIF metadata that is commonly found in JPEG and TIFF files. Requires PHP's exif extension.
Used to extract many types of metadata from many types of files. Uses the getID3 PHP library, which comes with this module.
Used to extract many types of metadata from many types of files. Requires the
Apache Tika content analysis toolkit. Java must be installed
and the path to the
tika-app-*.jar file must be configured in
Mappers map extracted metadata to resource values. Note that a mapper must be enabled on the module configuration page. This module comes with one mapper, but more can be added depending on your need.
Used to map metadata to resource values using JSON pointers. You must define your own metadata crosswalk in the module configuration page under "JSON Pointer crosswalk".
One common example is to map a JPEG file's creation date to Dublin Core's "Date Created" property:
- Resource: [Media or Item]
- Extractor: "Exif"
- Property: "Dublin Core : Date Created"
- Replace values: [checked or unchecked]
Note that the pointer points to the DateTimeOriginal value in the Exif metadata output, which you can view in a JPEG media's "Extract metadata" section. Once you've saved this map, perform the "Map metadata" action as described above and, if your JPEG file includes DateTimeOriginal, the media/item should now have a "Date Created" value.
If installing directly from the Git repository, you will need to install dependencies using Composer. Within the ExtractMetadata/ directory, run the following:
$ composer install
This will install dependencies in a vendor/ directory.
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