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Smart Image Tagger

Automatically Detect Image Contents, Apply Tags, and Sort

v1.0 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows
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Sure, tags are great for organizing your photos…when you remember to add them! At some point, especially if you take a lot of pictures, you just fall behind and stop doing it, leaving only a small percentage of photos actually tagged and searchable. But now, you can automate that process with today’s discount software promotion, Smart Image Tagger!

Smart Image Tagger automatically tags and organizes your images using artificial intelligence. With Smart Image Tagger, you can automatically detect what’s in each photo and apply tags, then organize those images into folders based on tags. And with cloud-powered intelligence that applies a variety of tags, from general to highly specific, finding individual photos becomes easier than ever before! You can even process images in batch from any folder, subfolder, or external storage device.

Smart Image Tagger offers you a simple, intuitive, and powerful user interface that you’ll pick up in no time! Best of all, Smart Image Tagger offers tiers of pricing based on how many images you want to process, so you’ll never pay for what you don’t need.

This promotion includes the following:
Smart Image Tagger Silver (10,000 Image Processing Credits) v1.0 ($50)
Smart Image Tagger Gold (20,000 Image Processing Credits) ($100)
Smart Image Tagger Platinum (40,000 Image Processing Credits) ($200)

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Colin McAllister I love the idea of this, but can the developer please explain how the program handles conflicts?

Say I have a current folder "Legoland - July 14th 2019", in which I have *lots* of images of a visit to Legoland by Grandma and Grandad, Mum and Dad, and baby X.
Will this program put all the images with Grandma in them into a "Grandma" folder, and similarly for each individual family member? Will it cluster *every* image containing a Lego model into a "Lego" folder? What will it do with the image of baby X feeding the ducks at lunchtime, taked 6 miles away from Legoland? Start a new "Duck" folder?

Finally, assume I have 40 images in the same folder. If 20 images contain the tag "Baby X; 2019" and 20 images contain the tags "Legoland; 2019", what folders would be produced? One ("2019") containing all 40 images, or one each of "Baby X", and "Legoland", with 20 images apiece?
Jul 14 2019 at 2:37am Copy Link
Ralph User @Colin

The program only recognize general objects and adds tags and group them into separate folder based on the most general tag.
We have a fully functional trial,please try it out.
Smart Image Tagger - Jul 14 2019 at 7:44am Copy Link
Colin McAllister Hi Ralph.
Thanks for replying. I have tried the trial and I would like some more information.

What is a "Image Processing Credit"? I noticed Smart Image Tagger (SIT) added up to 5 additional tags. How many tags does SIT have to add, to count as ONE credit for cost purposes?

In other words, if SIT adds 3 tags, is that one credit or three? SIT added 5 tags, to an image that previously contained no tags. The credit number went from 75 to 73, so the cost for processing that one file was TWO credits. Why wasn't it one credit?

I was pleased the tags are added to the "Details" section of the file properties - most tagging software is unable to do this - but I have a suggestion that I feel would make this program a "must have". ...

I processed folders containing family wedding and engagement images. The tags selected were unusual and even unrelated, and none of the files were tagged with "Wedding", "Engagement" or even just "Event". Is there no way to allow the user to set at least some of the tags? I'm ok with the wedding cake being tagged as "food", but if I could set "Wedding" as the first tag, then that would help enormously with searches. Thanks.
Jul 14 2019 at 1:54pm Copy Link

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