Preserve Ricoh Theta photosphere metadata

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Preserve Ricoh Theta photosphere metadata

LightZone generally seems to di a good job in preserving metadata. 
But photospheres from Ricoh Theta SC seems to loose something when edited in LightZone: They will not be displayed as panoramas in Google Maps, but as flat images.

(No media attatched - that didn't work for me in Chrome.)

Upload your media

to Filebin, Dropbox or something similar, if you think it is relevant. Also, a lot of metadata related work has been done on LZ code recently.