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iptcparseAnalisa um bloco binário IPTC em tags simples.


iptcparse(string $iptcblock): array

Analisa um bloco » IPTC em tags simples.



Um bloco binário IPTC

Valor Retornado

Retorna um array usando a tagmarker como um índice e o valor como o valor. Ela retorna false em erro ou se não há informação IPTC encontrada.

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20 years ago
Just to add to the above response, he missed a couple of IPTC tags:

$iptc["2#025"][n];   (there is a list of keywords)

Caption Writer:

Just figured I'd note it, as the keywords can be quite important for database applications.  I got these by extracting IPTC tags from a Photoshop 6.0 file, so hopefully they are standardized ;)
tomasz at trejderowski dot pl
9 years ago
I've managed to update "pkrohn at daemonize dot com" array, after 12 years since initial publication.

If you want to change some of IPCT header-strings into something more human-readable, try to use array similar to this:

$iptcHeaderArray = array
michael wells
18 years ago
To import IPTC keywords (which are stored in an array) into a scalar, try this sort of approach:

$keywordcount = count($iptc["2#025"]);
for ($i=0; $i<$keywordcount; $i++) $keywords .= $iptc["2#025"][$i] . " ";

(you could strip the trailing space if you wanted).

If you are importing data from some Mac applications, they may put chr(213) into strings to access a closing quote character. This prints as a captial O with a tilde above it in a web browser or on Windows. You can fix this with:

function ConvertChars($in)
        return str_replace(chr(213),"'",$in);

We use aspects of this code at when parsing IPTC tags. XMP seems to be the better solution these days (being XML based is a great improvement!!).
11 years ago
Nowadays IPTC captions may be encoded in UTF-8.
In that case, IPTC tag CodedCharacterSet would be set to "ESC % G".
This tag has tag marker "1#090".
To decode such a caption into simple ISO-8859-1, you could use the following code:

= "";
$size = getimagesize( $image_path, $info );
if (isset(
$info["APP13"])) {
$iptc = iptcparse( $info["APP13"] ) ) {
$IPTC_Caption = str_replace( "\000", "", $iptc["2#120"][0] );
$iptc["1#090"]) && $iptc["1#090"][0] == "\x1B%G")
$IPTC_Caption = utf8_decode($IPTC_Caption);

Of course, this will only preserve ISO-8859-1 characters.
For proper Unicode support, you should convert UTF-8 byte sequences into HTML character entities, or encode the whole web page in UTF-8.
18 years ago
View all availiable IPCT Data

function output_iptc_data( $image_path ) {   
    $size = getimagesize ( $image_path, $info);       
     if(is_array($info)) {   
        $iptc = iptcparse($info["APP13"]);
        foreach (array_keys($iptc) as $s) {             
            $c = count ($iptc[$s]);
            for ($i=0; $i <$c; $i++)
                echo $s.' = '.$iptc[$s][$i].'<br>';
evan at nospam dot ozhiker dot com
18 years ago
You might have noticed that several metadata fields in Photoshop are not available via IPTC.

I have written a library "PHP JPEG Metadata Toolkit" which fixes this problem as it allows reading, writing and interpreting of virtually any type of metadata, including these missing fields.

Try it out, and download it at:
pkrohn at daemonize dot com
21 years ago
This took me longer than it ought to to figure out. Very handy for handling a stream of photos where the info you want is in the IPTC header. This example passes by reference, for which PHP4 will yell at you. If your need to write into the header, check out the Image::IPTCInfo Perl module.

$size = GetImageSize ("$image_name",&$info);
$iptc = iptcparse ($info["APP13"]);
if (isset($info["APP13"])) {
    $iptc = iptcparse($info["APP13"]){
        if (is_array($iptc)) {
        $caption = $iptc["2#120"][0];
    $graphic_name = $iptc["2#005"][0];
        $urgency = $iptc["2#010"][0];   
    $category = $iptc["2#015"][0];   
    // note that sometimes supp_categories contans multiple entries
$supp_categories = $iptc["2#020"][0];
$spec_instr = $iptc["2#040"][0];
$creation_date = $iptc["2#055"][0];
$photog = $iptc["2#080"][0];
$credit_byline_title = $iptc["2#085"][0];
$city = $iptc["2#090"][0];
$state = $iptc["2#095"][0];
$country = $iptc["2#101"][0];
$otr = $iptc["2#103"][0];
$headline = $iptc["2#105"][0];
$source = $iptc["2#110"][0];
$photo_source = $iptc["2#115"][0];
$caption = $iptc["2#120"][0];    }}
20 years ago
If you are not sure where a particular value you entered into the IPTC block in photoshop or any other software is being stored, simply run a foreach loop thru the block and find out:

(Insert a new paragraph in the beggening of the first echo)

$size = GetImageSize ("testimg.jpg", &$info);
$iptc = iptcparse($info["APP13"]);

foreach($iptc as $key => $value)
    echo "<b>IPTC Key:</b> $key <b>Contents:</b> ";
    foreach($value as $innerkey => $innervalue)
        if( ($innerkey+1) != count($value) )
            echo "$innervalue, ";
            echo "$innervalue";
oli4 at gmx dot li
5 years ago
Is there a way to sort by keyword???
thx for help

= glob("*.*");
    for (
$i=0; $i<count($files); $i++)
$image = $files[$i];
$supported_file = array('jpg',);
$ext = strtolower(pathinfo($image, PATHINFO_EXTENSION));
$img = basename($image);
$size = getimagesize($img, $info);
$iptc = iptcparse($info['APP13']);
$keyword0 = $iptc["2#025"][0];
$keyword0 == "") {$keyword0 = "";} else {$keyword0 = $keyword0;}
$keywords = $keyword0;

if (
in_array($ext, $supported_file)) {
<div class="col-xs-12 col-sm-6 col-md-6 col-lg-4 col-xl-3 outerContent" id="theme"><a class="example-image-link" href="'
,$img,'" data-lightbox="example-set" data-title="'.$keywords.'"><div class="innerContent" style="background-image: url(',$img,')"></div></a></div>';
$keywords = "" ;
           } else {
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