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Photo Studio Tutorials

Managing your pictures

Organizing your images is easy with inPixio. Find out how to add tags and metadata to photos and how to filter your images to quickly find what you’re looking for.

Adding metadata to your photos

You can add all kinds of details to your photos using the Metadata feature.

Metadata tab

For example, title, location information, copyright information and specific tags.

This is makes it easier to categorize your photos and record important details.

  • Click the Metadata tab in the right-hand panel. Metadata tab
  • Select a data type and input details into some or all of the fields provided.

Add information to metadata fields

Types of metadata

The metadata options are divided into 4 types, represented by mini tabs. Click a tab to open the options.

Metadata options

  • Image data (including EXIF data) for example, title, author and image rating.
  • Contact information, such as address, email and website.
  • Location information, including GPS coordinates.
  • Keywords, which you can use to add your own tags to an image.

Tip: you can easily tell which images have metadata as they contain icons in the filmstrip thumbnail display.

Metadata tags shown on image thumbnail

Using the filmstrip to filter images

The filmstrip makes it possible to navigate through your folders from inside the program. It also includes several options for filtering your images to help you find what you’re looking for.

Filmstrip

The filter button lets you sort your images by different criteria such as date, tags and other metadata.

  • Click the filter button at the top right-hand side of the filmstrip.
  • In the “filter by” menu, click the funnel icon and choose an option from the drop-down menu.
  • Alternatively click the stars to filter by image rating.

Filter options in the filmstrip

You can also organize your photos alphabetically by clicking the AZ icon in the filmstrip.

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