PDF Metadata Editor

OS X 10.10
PDF Metadata Editor lets you gain control of the hidden metadata on your PDF files. Metadata helps your computer find documents for you, both in your system and online. Metadata is used by your system to keep track of your files. However, most scanned PDF documents and lots of documents you can find online are missing this valuable information or include incorrect data. With PDF Metadata Editor you can include proper author, subject, title and keywords information on your documents and give your computer a boost in finding things for you. You can also selectively apply new metadata to your files in batches, using the new batch editor. Known issues: * PDF Metadata Editor currently does not handle password-protected PDF files. To edit metadata in a password-protected file, please use a different application to make an unprotected copy of your document first. * Creation date, modification date and PDF producer software may be automatically updated by the system when saving your files. The PDF file used in the screenshot can be freely downloaded from Project Gutenberg at http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/28233 . Project Gutenberg offers 54,372 free ebooks to download.