Keywords in the Peakto inspector
The image inspector in Peakto has a section dedicated to Keywords.
Keywords displayed here are the keywords that are retrieved from the underlying file. In the case of catalogs such as Lightroom or Capture One, these are the keywords that have been created and associated in the underlying app. In the case of images in the Finder, keywords can be retrieved from the metadata embedded in the file itself (for JPEGs for example) or present in a XMP sidecar.
Adding keywords from within Peakto will be possible in a forthcoming release.
How to send the Peakto database when the support asks for it
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Understanding AI scores in Peakto
The image inspector in Peakto has a section dedicated to AI scores. This is explained here. During Image Analysis, Peakto will compute a number of scores and perform some analysis of the content of the image. The various scores and indicators are ...
Master information in Peakto
The image inspector in Peakto has a section dedicated to Master Information. It indicates the kind of master file, its location, size and format.
Faces in Peakto
The image inspector in Peakto has a section dedicated to faces. Faces displayed here are the faces extracted from an underlying catalog that supports faces such as Photos, Aperture, Lightroom, etc... Adding faces information in this section will be ...
Understanding previews in Peakto
Peakto needs to render previews and thumbnails for all photos referenced. Sometimes, the correct rendering for an image is the result of complex adjustments being applied on an original image (the master). Peakto therefore relies completely on the ...