I am sorry, this is not directly related to the Photostructure, but I thought to give it a shot here, cause I see so many folks are really into similar topics.
Here is my “workflow” I need help with. Let’s say I shot bunch of short video clips on a phone and I uploaded them to a computer and I don’t want to have PS to display them as separate 4-5 seconds videos, but I want to stitch these together, as a “story”. QuickTime on MacOS can do it, as well as many other programs do. However, while doing so and exporting this as a “final movie” we are loosing LOTs of metadata like capture time, GPS coordinates, GPS altitude and probably some other (depending on you camera make/model). For me loosing this information or replacing it with current date/time is unacceptable and while I can deal with date/time by naming my final movie with YYYY-MM-DD_blah.mov schema, the GPS coordinates are hard to “reinsert” back.
Do you guys have a workflow that solves this? It has to be relatively quick, as in general, I don’t spend more that few minutes combing multiple related clips into one. I don’t even open iMovie or FCP X to do this, unless it requires music background or more advance edits.