Tagging via the Organizer
Picture recognition can
take some time, it is much faster than a human attempting to do the same job
but what we really are attempting to do via picture recognition is find a
number of similar photos to the sample photos (can have several sample
photos in a single search) and then once found we need to tag those photos
so that we can easily retrieve them in the future. Tagged photos are
given the name of the main object in that photo but a single image can also
be sub tagged.
For a good example of sub tagging is, if the main
object is a car we can sub tag make and model , Car, Ford, Escort
The home and professional versions both have an organizer.
The home version comes with a basic organizer that is useful for home use.
However the Pro version has several advanced methods built into the
organizer. It also can organize and jump from any image listed and
load up all other images in the same folder, then return to the original
list at will. It allows the User to rotate images, delete images and
add samples for future searches.
The Home and Pro version can either
tag images and leave them in their current location or even group images,
for example putting all cars in a car folder with the option of leaving or
deleting the original photos. Therefore photos can be easily grouped
for presentations while leaving the original photos where they were.
Tagged images can easily be untagged or even retagged. Any
images that have also been auto tagged using the professional version can be
untagged or given a different tag if required within the organizer.
The organizer deals with converting URLs when images are found via the
Internet (but this should only be done if the laws in your location allow
you to store copyright images for educational/private use.)
need a very good organizer with a large amount of additional features then
the Pro version is required.