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Adobe CS4 applications can be modified to display custom metadata UI. The Custom File Info SDK provides documentation and samples on how to create a custom Flex based metadata UI. It also includes instructions on creating an XML file for displaying a simple set of custom properties.
Take XMP FileInfo SDK for a spin to see how useful it can be in modifying Creative Suite 4 applications!


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The new Custom File Info project consists of three files:
1) A Flex application that displays the dialog from Figure #1 above.
2) An XML file that defines the custom properties that can be displayed by the application.
3) A directory named “sample” that contains the following files and a README.txt.
1) First sample dialog from the Custom File Info SDK.
2) A new XML file named “FileInfo.xml” that can be uploaded to your application. You can create a file with any name that you want. The following line will append it to the *FileInfo.xml* application template.
3) A directory named “sample/sample_properties.html” that contains a simple HTML document to display a custom properties dialog.
In general, you can modify any Adobe CS4 application to display Custom File Info files. However, if you plan to distribute your application, it is recommended that you create a flex application to do this, since the size of the resulting packaged application will be small.
Specific steps to create your own custom properties UI
*Edit the application you wish to modify*.
*Using the Advanced – Edit File inspector (Ctrl+Shift+I), click on the File Info button and choose Modify*.
*In the File Info dialog, choose a new name for the file (such as “FileInfo4.5”)*.
*Save the file with the.sf4 extension*.
*Place the custom File Info XML in the same directory with the application (see the sample files)*.
*To control where the user selects to open the Custom File Info XML, you can move the Open File Location box to a specific location on the application’s desktop*.
*Place custom HTML in the “sample_properties.html” file*.
*Choose a UI style to display the custom properties*.
*Copy the “sample_properties.html” file to the application’s runtime output directory*.
*Modify the “sample_properties.html” file as you like*.
*Update the application’s project file to include the new.xml file*.
*Re-import the project*.
*Deploy the application*.
Using the Custom File Info SDK Files
*Create your own Custom File Info XML file*.
*Customize your application to use the Custom File Info XML*.
*Update the project file to include your own Custom File Info XML*.
*Deploy the application

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Developers can add their own custom metadata properties to many Adobe CS4 applications. With the XMP FileInfo SDK, developers can create an XML file and drop it in the application’s Library folder. The SDK includes a tool to create an XML file that displays the same set of fields as the existing metadata properties created by the application.

Adobe Creative Suite 4 SDK provides a set of class for manipulating metadata properties for applications such as Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash Builder. The data is stored in a metadata.xml file in the application’s Library folder.
The Metadata Service application is a free service available from the Adobe Developer Connection web site. XMP FileInfo SDK is a free download from the Creative Suite 4 SDK Library (see Resources and Links for more details).

For an example, take a look at Flash Builder 4′s IPaintMetadataProvider class. The example shows how to get property names, get and set value and save the property. Metadata is stored in an XML file in the application’s document root folder. By setting the metadata file, Flash Builder 4 loads it and sets it during application startup.
Create Metadata Service

The metadata.xml file is created in the application’s Document Root folder. In the Metadata Service application, click the File menu and select “New Metadata Element…”. Select XML as the type of element, and then click OK. This opens the “New Metadata Element…” dialog.

Fill in the name of the metadata element and click OK.

Click File | Save to save the Metadata Element. A metadata.xml file will be created in the application’s Document Root folder.

Add Metadata Service Component

Metadata Service is a service that exposes metadata properties for an application. The MetadataService application is available from the Adobe Developer Connection. You can add the service by clicking the Tools menu and selecting “Services”. Click “Add New Service…” and select Metadata Service.

The Metadata Service application adds a new service, “MetadataService”.

Click “Add Service Reference…” to add a reference to the Metadata Service
application for an existing SWC.

Click the SWC tab and select a SWC file that contains the MetadataService class, such as the Adobe CS4 SDK.

Click “Add Service Reference…” again to add a reference to a new SWC and select the newly added reference.

In Flash Builder 4, click the Library tab and

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