With TagYour.Photos, you can create hierarchical categories in IMatch at no extra cost to use to search, filter and categorize your photos.
In the following, we’ll describe the simple steps you use to structure your photos in IMatch.
1. Settings in TagYour.Photos
In order to use the hierarchical keywords generated by TagYour.Photos in IMatch, you must make the following settings in TagYour.Photos:
Tagging type: hierarchical
Order: Left to right
Toplevel Landmarks: Landmarks
2. Add folder in TagYour.Photos
Add the folder in TagYour.Photos for which you would like to have keywords automatically determined.
Once all photos have been processed, this will be displayed via the status.
3. Check the keywords
If you want you can check in Windows Explorer whether the keywords were assigned correctly to your photos.
4. Import your photos into IMatch
Now you can import your photos into IMatch. Either in an existing or in a new database. In the following example, we have created a new database to better illustrate the automatically generated category structure.
Once the import is complete, you will see directly the categories stored in your photos in their structure. With this structure you can continue to work as usual.
5. Categorize, filter or search in your photos
You can now work with your photos as usual using the category filter. The categories that had to be laboriously set up by hand are now directly available without further ado.
You can now filter as you like, for example, for all bridges in the field of architecture.
Or you get an overview of the recognized attractions in the US; below the US Capitol.
Subsequent processing of photos
Of course, you can also have photos processed with TagYour.Photos, which are already included in your IMatch databases. You do not have to do anything in IMatch. The software automatically detects the metadata newly determined by TagYour.Photos and immediately makes them available in IMatch. For example, new categories are inserted directly into the category structure without any intervention and are also displayed directly in the corresponding photos.