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by Hert
18 Jan 18 17:37
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: What is your monitor's resolution?
Replies: 1
Views: 46

What is your monitor's resolution?

The title says it all...
by Hert
17 Jan 18 10:11
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Keep Exif in IDSizer
Replies: 1
Views: 101

Re: IDSizer

Hi Rob, can you check if you have the option to write Exif information in the Save settings switched on?
by Hert
12 Jan 18 15:37
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Don't change date by writing XMP?
Replies: 9
Views: 333

Re: Don't change date by writing XMP?

RobiWan wrote:
12 Jan 18 14:37
Now I have XMP files completely excluded from backup.
That actually makes sense as the XMP is already backed up in the PSU database.
by Hert
11 Jan 18 23:00
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Don't change date by writing XMP?
Replies: 9
Views: 333

Re: Don't change date by writing XMP?

The thing is: if the file is now written then the "modification" time of the file should also be now. Setting it to the image date/time is "untrue". That's why we have dates in the metadata. That is the date that the image was shot. You should never use file dates (there are several) for metadata pu...
by Hert
11 Jan 18 22:54
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PSU default categories?
Replies: 9
Views: 444

Re: PSU default categories?

If you camera records GPS coordinates then that about all you need. You can get the details for coordinates using a reversed lookup and that will be more precise than a city database stored in the camera
by Hert
11 Jan 18 22:52
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Don't change date by writing XMP?
Replies: 9
Views: 333

Re: Don't change date by writing XMP?

And what date/time would it then be? The time that is was previously written?
by Hert
11 Jan 18 22:11
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PSU default categories?
Replies: 9
Views: 444

Re: PSU default categories?

PSU also writes the Events category with the Iptc4xmpExt:Event. The assigned catalog label that is within the Events category will end up in the Iptc4xmpExt:Event field. And assigned catalog bels in the People category end up in the Iptc4xmpExt:PersonInImage field. Both can be found in the IPTC Exte...
by Hert
11 Jan 18 22:06
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Don't change date by writing XMP?
Replies: 9
Views: 333

Re: Don't change date by writing XMP?

You mean write XMP but not have the file date of the XMP file changed? I'm afraid PSU won't do that. Reason is that the file dates should reflex the truth. If the file was updated then the date should change. Maybe your backup software has an option to only backup files that have their content chang...
by Hert
11 Jan 18 22:04
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Someone with UltraTag+Pro Vocabulary here?
Replies: 8
Views: 262

Re: Someone with UltraTag+Pro Vocabulary here?

First of all; it is possible to import the UltraTag vocabulary to Photo Supreme (see the Data menu).

After importing I recommend, as Mke also suggests, to organize the relevant top level UltraTag items to the Photo Supreme categories.
by Hert
10 Jan 18 22:22
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: 10-bit color depth support
Replies: 3
Views: 200

Re: 10-bit color depth support

Hi Andrea, thank you for the link.
Any chance PSU will support this sooner or later?
PSU will always try to support formats used by a substantial part of its user base.
by Hert
10 Jan 18 12:32
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: 10-bit color depth support
Replies: 3
Views: 200

Re: 10-bit color depth support

Hi Andrea,

I assume you mean a 10bit color depth monitor? PSU will write to the monitor in 8bit. But that shouldn't be a problem for a 10 bit monitor. AFAIK the GPU is more what you should be looking for to support 10bit
by Hert
06 Jan 18 21:01
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Find not synced images?
Replies: 1
Views: 192

Re: Find not synced images?

CATALOG-By State

Then click the out of sync images
by Hert
06 Jan 18 15:08
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Flickr authentication issue
Replies: 9
Views: 486

Re: Flickr authentication issue

No need for that.
by Hert
06 Jan 18 12:15
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Re-Date Images
Replies: 11
Views: 316

Re: Re-Date Images

That means one step to set all 50 images to a fixed date. Then one step to redate all 50 image with cumulative shifting With cumulative shifting each image in the selected set (50 images in your sample) will have its date incremented one more; First image one second, second image two seconds, third ...
by Hert
06 Jan 18 12:05
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Working with C1 Session - moving images
Replies: 2
Views: 197

Re: Working with C1 Session - moving images

PSU will already do that, but only for SettingsXXX. The Cache folder is exactly that: Cache. That implies temporary information that will be rebuilt by C1 as needed.