Hans de Zomers

Joined on May 22, 2013

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  • I'm running Parallels Desktop 16.1.1 on macOS Big Sur. I believe that "client" is a different version though. Tested a Windows 10 64 bit VM and a macOS Mojave 10.14.6 VM without issues.
  • Try out Photo Supreme. https://www.idimager.com
  • Use a DAM tool or even a File Manager. Those are built to find. Look at Photo Supreme, or IMatch, or Daminion, or Lightroom, or ACDsee or one of the many others
  • Just upgraded to Big Sur. Photo Supreme installs and runs fine on Bir Sur. Affinity installs and runs Pixelmator installs and runs
  • One more addition you could add to your requirement list (if not already) - Bi directional File System <-> Catalog synchronization; Search for changes between what is on the file system and what is ...
  • It not hard to maintain, it's a checkbox for the keyword properties that needs to be ticked. Define the mutual exclusive group once and that's it. Photo Supreme handles the rest and make sure that ...
  • Great summary for keyword requirements. I also use all these features in Photo Supreme. One thing I'd like to add and what I also use regularly, are mutual exclusive keywords. These are keywords ...
  • Another issue with check lists of feature is that it a mere statement if a feature is present. Not how well it is implemented, how useable it is, or how it performs. While this is personal, I ...
  • It's comparable to your web browser, remember the days that you could only open one page at a time? In Photo Supreme this works the same as in your web browser. You can have multiple tabs open, ...
  • Yes, I use Photo Supreme as my DAM of choice, after using iView Media in the distant past. I also use the MAPS feature as well. It integrates with Google Maps. That requires you to sign up for a ...
  • I have a copy of the latest, and earlier, DAM books. In the book, Peter Krogh describes Photo Supreme, which I also use. Requirements that I'd like to see listed: (1) Platform support (Windows, macOS, ...
  • Try out Photo Supreme. It performs well on my Windows and macOS machines.
  • Ages ago I also used Picasa on a subset of images. Picasa allows to to write faces to XMP. Afterwards the most popular DAM tools will read these faces. You could try this with Photo Supreme.
  • Photo Supreme offers a migration from Lightroom; https://www.idimager.com/lightroom-to-photo-supreme
  • Most importantly: don't keyword for the sake of keywording. Add keywords, and only those keywords, for what you think you or others will be searching for in the future. It is impossible to provide ...
  • Definitely also check out Photo Supreme.
  • Replied in +1 for IMatch
    The upper right one looks the most natural to me.
  • Replied in +1 for IMatch
    Not sure what you’re replying to here. I responded to fuego6’s statement that IMatch follows the XMP standard best and I am stating that IMatch is not following the standard because it alters RAW ...
  • Replied in +1 for IMatch
    Some RAW files are TIFF structured files. The popular and widely used CR3 format from Canon, for instance, is not a TIFF file . Will IMatch also rewrite those when writing to a sidecar? XMP is a ...
  • Replied in +1 for IMatch
    Luckily you can switch this off in IMatch. By default it will alter your RAW files, even when you have it setup to write XMP to a sidecar file. If you want your RAW files unaltered then you need ...
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