Working with Photo Supreme
We are pleased to report that Tag That Photo "plays nicely" with Photo Supreme. We pass along thanks to one of our users (Ralf from Europe!) who was determined to see the two products work together.
There are no special settings other than following these suggestions from Photo Supreme:
Since the last change in Photo Supreme (November 2020) to improve TTP interoperability, there are no specific settings needed in order to read the areas/regions as written with TTP. Just leave them at default.
After a user changes the metadata with TTP they should reimport the changes. In Photo Supreme that is done with right click on a thumb and then Metadata -> Read Metadata from File. The Windows shortcut is Ctrl+Alt+S; macOS Cmd+Opt+S
From a TTP perspective, we recommend that you don't write face tag names to keywords since Photo Supreme handles face tags properly!
MS Photo Gallery
MS Photo Gallery was a very popular desktop photo organizer that has been replaced by MS Photos. Unfortunately, MS Photos stores the metadata in a proprietary format. Tag That Photo will import MS Photo Gallery tags (not MS Photos). If you consult ...
Multiple "sets" of images
Some folks have multiple sets of images that are completely different. Family photos and work photos for example. But there could be many other situations. Tag That Photo only has one database per Windows user. However, you could do a backup of ...
Upgrading Tag That Photo
Many users ask if they will lose their data upgrading.... short answer is NO, absolutely not. The settings are stored in the AppData folder under the Windows user account; and are not deleted during an update. When you upgrade Tag That Photo, you ...
Links to Tutorial Videos
Don't forget to check out our video tutorials (we will be adding more to our Youtube channel). MS Photo Gallery: https://youtu.be/c0QjZ1Smd0E Making metadata work - Adobe Lightroom https://youtu.be/M0v00NB_ncY jAlbum tutorial: ...
You can run Tag That Photo on a Mac
You may not know this, but using an excellent piece of Mac software called Parallels, you can run Tag That Photo on a Mac. If you don't believe us - here is a shot of Windows running via Parallels on a MacBook Air with Tag That Photo running nicely ...