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  • AliGW
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    Greyfox I'm on the Gold Plan, so this definitely would not benefit me. I have a suspicion that several plans might be consolidated into one new package over the course of this year, though.

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  • Greyfox
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    Originally posted by AliGW;n64493..
    I have just had an E-mail saying that keyword AI will be available in Ultimate 2024.
    Thanks for that Ali
    I've just received what is probably the same "Upgrade Assurance" email with the planned items for the 2024Ultimate version.
    Will be interesting to see how well it all works when it is released.

    As I'm now on a Subscription plan with ACDSee, I doubt Upgrade Assurance is of much benefit to me.
    Last edited by Greyfox; 03-30-2023, 12:11 AM.

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  • AliGW
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    I have just had an E-mail saying that keyword AI will be available in Ultimate 2024.

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    Brock_K Greyfox

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  • Brock_K
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    Originally posted by melsgeo View Post
    Google photos can search by anything without doing anything... i was hoping this would be the same. That's my noobness showing i guess.
    Assumed other object identification through AI will be in future releases... but maybe not. Until then, yes, tagging is required

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  • Brock_K
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    Originally posted by melsgeo View Post
    I have to tag every picture with whats in them in order to search by those words? I have like 40,000 pictures. That seems so laborious.
    I am not connected in any way with ACDSee, just a user, so this is opinion. With the face detection being the first AI feature in use with ACDSee, I would GUESS that other object identification will eventually come to the tool. Following Google Photos lead on some of these things is not a bad idea.

    Now, the face detection feature requires a fair amount of labour to get a clean grouping of faces, so hopefully they can refine this a bit prior to adding other object detection so it works better if and when the time comes.

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  • Greyfox
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    Originally posted by melsgeo View Post
    Google photos can search by anything without doing anything... i was hoping this would be the same.
    Can you actually search for something like "Aunt Mabel's 50th birthday" and have Google locate all of the ex camera photos you took at that birthday party, without you having in any way tagged all of the photos you've given Google access to?

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  • melsgeo
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    Google photos can search by anything without doing anything... i was hoping this would be the same. That's my noobness showing i guess.

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  • Greyfox
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    Originally posted by melsgeo View Post
    I have to tag every picture with whats in them in order to search by those words? I have like 40,000 pictures. That seems so laborious.
    Can you suggest a better alternative?


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  • melsgeo
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    I have to tag every picture with whats in them in order to search by those words? I have like 40,000 pictures. That seems so laborious.

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  • brajaq
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    Hi, ACDSee does not regnognize things in pictures (except faces), you have to use categories, keywords, ... to tell ACDSee.
    See https://www.acdsee.com/en/video-tutorials/ and others

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  • Landyman130
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    Having just purchased this program and spent a lot of time viewing the videos and it's help system, both lack any overall description of 'how to do' things.

    Also, there is no general overview of the basics of cataloging and managing, as used by ACDSee.

    I have been using databases on PCs since 1978 and with my wife, we are now writing a Microsoft Access program to import our photo's text data held in Excel. This data was written on various paper methods, then into Psion databases and now converted to Excel. But 'getting into my head' how to use ACDSee is not easy.

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  • AliGW
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    Do the images have keywords applied to them?

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  • melsgeo
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    Hi there... Im new to ACDSee and cant figure out searching for the life of me. I think I was able to name faces and search by people but i also want to search by objects like food or babies or cars. Where do i start because all those come up with no results. What am i missing?
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