In the Settings section, you will find all settings for the application configuration and your account. Furthermore, you will find the following buttons in the upper area:
In addition, you will find in the header your currently available image credit. If you’ve just been charging your balance, you can use the Update feature to update your credit balance at any time.
At the bottom you will find the following settings:
Start TagYour.Photos automatically after windows login
This option allows you to choose whether to start the application automatically after logging on to Windows.
Setting the application language.
Available application languages:
Setting the language in which the tags are to be determined and assigned to the pictures.
Available tagging languages:
Definition of whether flat tags or hierarchical tags should be determined.
When selecting flat tags, the recognized keywords are stored as individual terms in the photo.
Example: Vehicles, Land vehicles, Cars, Oldtimers, Nature, Plants, Trees
When selecting the hierarchical tags, the recognized keywords are stored as a hierarchical structure in the photo.
Example: Vehicles|Land vehicles|Cars|Oldtimers, Nature|Plants|Trees
These hierarchical keywords can be used directly in many software systems for photo management, e.g. Adobe Lightroom, Daminion, ACDSee, Photo Supreme, etc. Thus, a consistent use of TagYour.Photos determined keywords in the photo management is possible without additional effort.
The separator defines how the hierarchical tags are separated.
The order defines the direction in which the hierarchical tags are set up.
Here you can define whether the hierarchical keywords should be assigned a top level.
Example: Automatic Keywords|Nature|Plants|Trees
Here you can define whether the landmarks should be assigned a top level.
Example: Landmarks|France|Eiffel tower
By default, landmarks are stored below the country.
Here you can define what the probability must be for a keyword to be assigned to a photo.
Here you can define what the probability must be for a landmark to be assigned to a photo.
Here you can define what the probability must be for a person to be assigned to a photo.
Level of detail of the messages that are output on the protocol page. This is primarily for support purposes.