Metadata Wrangler is an “export filter” Adobe Lightroom plugin which enables you to strip selected metadata components from images as they are exported.
Metadata Wrangler can be used, for example, to remove the embedded thumbnail and any Lightroom “develop” metadata, while retaining other metadata, such as the exposure settings, copyright, lens information, and more.
Metadata Wrangler has been successfully tested with Lightroom 4, Lightroom 3, and Lightroom 2. (Though for Lightroom 3, you must have at least version 3.5)
Detailed instructions on how to install Metadata Wrangler are available HERE.
Metadata Wrangler is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X, and Windows.
· Adobe Lightroom
· 42 days trial
· After the trial expires it will only allow you to process 10 images at a time
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Updated ExifTool to support modern DNGs, and some extra stuff to help remove metadata from DNGs. (That last bit is a work in progress... some metadata still isn't being removed properly.)