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IPTC import and People vs Tags


thelordsmurf
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Hi,

I'm working on trying to replace IDImager with something new and hopefully better. I have a slew of photos that I tagged with IPTC keywords in IDI and am trying to import. I also have pictures I have face tagged in Picasa then AVXMPtagged them.

 

What I was trying to figure out is why these face tags don't show up in the People Catalog Tag bar on the left. Is there some what to move the IPTC tags that I have for people into the people tag? Or do I just use the hierarchical keywords and ignore the People dropdown? Just trying to figure out how to work this. If I do store something in the People tags in Daminion, where is that stored in the image (for consumption in Flickr): IPTC? XMP? Which XMP tag?

 

Thanks!

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What I was trying to figure out is why these face tags don't show up in the People Catalog Tag bar on the left. Is there some what to move the IPTC tags that I have for people into the people tag?

 

Please send me a sample image with written info about peoples. Or send me a list of metadata that you can get by "Item > Action > Show All Metadata"

 

Or do I just use the hierarchical keywords and ignore the People dropdown? Just trying to figure out how to work this. If I do store something in the People tags in Daminion, where is that stored in the image (for consumption in Flickr): IPTC? XMP? Which XMP tag?

 

Daminion maps Peoples to the Iptc4xmp.PersonInImage field according to the XMP specification.

 

I suggest you to use Peoples tag to store information about people, and use Keywords according this article:

https://help.daminion.net/tips/categories-vs-keywords/

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