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When you choose to export the images, on the Export window there is a value called Kind. When you click the Kind pull down menu, you will be given the following options: Original, Current, Jpeg, Tiff, and PNG. Whether or not the metadata is included in the images is dependent on which value you choose for the Kind. Below, I will explain the Kind values and how it relates to whether or not the Metadata is included.
In short, you are best off using either the JPEG or TIFF format because they will export all metadata. The choice between the two depends on whether or not the recipient of the images plans on editing them or not. If they don't plan on editing the files, then JPEG will work just fine. However, if the recipients do plan on editing the files, the best choice is using the TIFF format. Later on, if the JPEG files are edited, there will be some quality loss; however, there will not be any quality loss when TIFF files are edited.
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