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Hierarchical categories in Photo Supreme

With TagYour.Photos, you can create hierarchical categories in Photo Supreme at no extra cost to use to search and categorize your photos.

In the following, we’ll describe the simple steps you can use to manage your photos in Photo Supreme in a structured way.

 

1. Settings in TagYour.Photos
To use the hierarchical tags generated by TagYour.Photos in Photo Supreme, you need to make the following settings in TagYour.Photos:

 

Settings to use hierarchical keywords in Photo Supreme
Settings to use hierarchical keywords in Photo Supreme

 

Tagging type: hierarchical
Separator: |
Order: Left to right
Toplevel Landmarks: Landmarks

 

2. Add folder in TagYour.Photos
Add the folder to TagYour.Photos for which you would like to have tags automatically identified.

 

Add the folder for whose photos keywords are to be determined
Add the folder for whose photos keywords are to be determined

 

Once all photos have been processed, this will be displayed via the status.

 

All photos were processed and tagged
All photos were processed and tagged

 

3. Check the keywords
If you want you can check in Windows Explorer whether the keywords were assigned correctly to your photos.

 

Check the automatically determined keywords in Windows Explorer
Check the automatically determined keywords in Windows Explorer

 

4. Settings in Photo Supreme
Open the presets in Photo Supreme via the menu.

 

Open presets in Photo Supreme
Open presets in Photo Supreme

 

Go to the Sync Settings and on the Read tab, check the box next to Read Separated Keywords and set the delimiter to |.

 

Enable import of hierarchical keywords
Enable import of hierarchical keywords

 

Confirm your changes with OK.

 

5. Import your photos into Photo Supreme
Now you can import your photos into Photo Supreme. Either you create a new catalog or you use your already existing catalog. In the following example, we used an empty catalog to better illustrate the automatically generated category structure.

 

Import the tagged photos into Photo Supreme
Import the tagged photos into Photo Supreme

 

Once the import is complete, you can see directly in your photos which keywords have been assigned to them. With these keywords, you can continue working as usual.

 

Display of automatically determined keywords assigned to your photos
Display of automatically determined keywords assigned to your photos

 

 

6. Categorize, filter or search in your photos
In the Categories category in Photo Supreme, you can now work with your photos as usual. The category structure that previously had to be laboriously built up by hand is now directly available without further action.

 

Categorize, filter and search in the Categories view
Categorize, filter and search in the Categories view

 

You can now use the categories as you like, for example to show you all bridges from the main category Architecture.

 

Filtering with hierarchical category structures in the Architecture category
Filtering with hierarchical category structures in the Architecture category

 

Or you get an overview of the recognized attractions in the US.

 

Filtering with hierarchical category structures in the landmark category
Filtering with hierarchical category structures in the landmark category

 

If location information could be found for your photos – either from GPS data or from recognized landmarks – so you can easily assign your photos in the category Places to countries, states and cities.

 

Use the category Places to filter by country, state or city
Use the category Places to filter by country, state or city

 

Subsequent processing of photos
Of course, you can also have photos processed with TagYour.Photos, which you already have in your Photo Supreme catalogs. All you need to do is read the metadata of your photos into Photo Supreme after processing TagYour.Photos. You can find the corresponding functions via the context menu > Metadata > Read metadata from file.

 

Subsequent reading of metadata in Photo Supreme
Subsequent reading of metadata in Photo Supreme

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