Daminion 4.5 released with 20 improvements: Web-Client, Watching Folders, etc…

April 12th, 2016 by Murat

After 6 months of hard work, we are delighted to announce the release of Daminion 4.5. The latest version of Daminion has more than 6 major and 14 minor improvements. Most features in this release are related to Daminion Server.

Major Improvements:

1. Our new lightweight web-client allows you to access Daminion Server to search, browse, view, and download your digital assets on any device, including Mac, Windows, and Linux tablets and mobiles. It works with all editions of Daminion Server. Each web-client requires one concurrent connection. Although the web-client is currently working in read-only mode, it allows you to manage collections and users.

Learn more about the web-client, how to activate the web-access and grant or deny access to shared catalogs.

Web-Client Screenshot for Daminion Server 4.5 - Digital Asset Management System for Small Teams

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Webinar: The quickest way to find amazing locations for commercials and films

March 21st, 2016 by Anna

Webinar for Film Industry Professionals

Join our 40-minute Webinar for Production Companies/Film Industry professionals.

Host: Dean Kruger, Head of the Research Department, Gatehouse Commercials and Juice Film. Guest speaker: Hayley Bond Agnew, GM & Snr. Location Specialist of Amazing Spaces – the largest location specialist company in South Africa.

Dean Kruger, Daminion expert Hayley Bond Agnew, Amazing Spaces

The theme of the Webinar is how to increase your chances of closing customers in such a competitive industry as film production by being able to put on presentations of location images and sample casts in a matter of minutes.

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Case study: photo library management of UNESCO world heritage carnival

March 12th, 2016 by Anna

Photo library management of UNESCO world heritage carnival

Photo library management of the Aalst Carnival without and with Daminion (multi-user Digital Asset Management software).


Stijn De Naeyer, an archivist at the Belgium non-profit organization “Documentatiecentrum voor Aalst Karnaval” vzw (DAK), share their experiences of deploying Daminion Server.

DAK is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1985 with the goal of documenting all aspects of the Aalst Carnival (Dutch: Carnaval Aalst), the world-famous three-day festival held every year in the Belgian city of Aalst. In 2010, the festival was added to UNESCO’s list of Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. The DAK team is making sure that Aalst Carnival will be remembered for ever and a day.


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Pre-release WEBINAR on new Daminion 4.5 with photo metadata expert David Riecks

December 26th, 2015 by Anna

Daminion 4.5 Webinar

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Season’s greetings and discount

December 15th, 2015 by Anna

Xmas discount

As 2015 slips away to take its place in history, we are giving 10% discount on Daminion software, additional licenses or program upgrades purchased before the end of the year.


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
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PDF Book: “Secrets of Daminion 4″. Digital Asset Management Best Practices

December 15th, 2015 by Anna
Daminion best practices

Sven Fisher, the author of several seminars and books about graphics packages, has just released his latest ebook “Secrets of Daminion 4”. This 215-page volume, which describes Daminion best practices, contains lots of screenshots that make it super-simple to work with the program.

The book is available in English and German.

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Daminion 4.1 Released

August 31st, 2015 by Murat

This minor update fixes several bugs in the latest Daminion 4.0 version and adds support for previously unsupported formats (Microsoft PowerPoint Show (.pps, .ppsx) and Text formats (.txt, .rtf)

What’s new

  • Added support for Microsoft Show formats (.pps, .ppsx)
  • Added support for Text documents (files with .txt and .rtf extensions)
  • Improved handling of metadata for video formats

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed bug that prevented azman.xml file from being found when Active Directory security mode was selected in the Daminion Server preferences
  • Fixed bug when PSD files were not exported to JPEG format when original size was specified in the export preset
  • Fixed bug with dragging root level tags into the Tag tree
  • Fixed bug with Checking Out items in Thumbnail Browser
  • .xmp sidecars are now exported along with the original files
  • Fixed bug when “SQL logic error on missing database no such column: m.LinkedInCount” error message was displayed when opening some catalogs created in earlier versions of Daminion
  • Fixed bug when some hotkeys didn’t work properly in Full Screen mode (Enter, Ctrl + numbers, Numbers)
  • Only editable tags (like Descriptions, Keywords, etc…) can now be marked as Unapproved
  • Minor bug fixes
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New Daminion 4.0. Protect your image annotations and find linked documents faster.

July 14th, 2015 by Anna

The new Daminion 4.0 version comes with two major improvements, a lot of minor ones and several bug-fixes.

1. Your tag structure (taxonomy) is now protected from unwanted changes during file import.

As you know, when Daminion imports images it reads the image metadata, saves it in the catalog and then displays it in the tag tree. This allows you to keep your database information synced with the metadata in imported files. But what if you want to import new stock images that may already contain large amounts of metadata that could easily mess up your existing tag structure?
The new Daminion 4.0 version can mark all newly imported tags as Unapproved, so you can easily separate imported tags from your approved tag structure (taxonomy).

Approved Unapproved Tags

2. Relationships between files.

Daminion 4.0 allows you to define relationships between files. For example, you can link and then display all artwork that uses a particular logotype. Photos can be linked to a model release agreement that features the linked photos, or you can find all source images and graphics used in a brochure or banner ad.

Linking Items

Links are bi-directional so you can for example specify that a Logotype that has been used on a Calendar contains a Font.

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Interview with wine photographer Per Karlsson

June 10th, 2015 by Anna

Wine Photographer Per Karlsson

Paris-based, Swedish wine photographer and businessman Per Karlsson gave up a promising career as a top manager with an international corporation in order to follow his passion for photography and the wine travel business.

The photography, which started out as one of many other activities involved in promoting the wine travel business, has grown to such an extent that today Per has one of the largest collections of wine photography in the world.

Per’s photographic work has appeared in many leading wine publications including Decanter, the Wine Spectator and the Wine Companion. What’s more, he and his wife both write about wine in their own online publication, BKWine Magazine, and are regular contributors to Forbes’ wine-related column. They have also published five award-winning books on wine. And, needless to say, the photos that illustrate their articles and books are all taken by Per.

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Case Study: Austrian advertising agency POLAK and FRIENDS.

June 02nd, 2015 by Anna

Heinz Polak, founder of Salzburg advertising agency POLAK and FRIENDS, shares his company’s experiences of using Daminion Server.

POLAK and FRIENDS specialize in creative marketing and advertising. They create brands and corporate identities; they conceive offline and online campaigns for customers in the manufacturing, retail, financial and service industries, as well as in the media, technology and the arts.

“We have been using Daminion for a little over a year and have found in it the perfect solution for storing as well as neatly organising and processing our photo archive, which contains approximately 120,000 photos and videos, with more arriving every day”

-Heinz Polak, founder of ‘POLAK and FRIENDS’

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Best image sizes for publishing on social networks

May 25th, 2015 by Anna

Best Sizes for Publishing on Social Channels

Images play a vital role in content marketing, especially in the noisy social media environment. They support the information provided in your blog or social media posts and help make it stand out. For example, an A/B test on adding images to social sharing conducted by Buffet last year showed that tweets with pictures received:

  • 18% more clicks
  • 89% more favorites
  • 150% more retweets

However, if you maintain your company’s presence on several social media channels at once, you’ll have noticed that their image-size requirements can vary quite a lot.

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A great supplement to Daminion for anyone filming/shooting in RAW

April 30th, 2015 by Anna

If you’re making films, music videos or commercials using RAW cameras and you’re not yet aware of this great new tool, allow us to introduce RAW4PRO software.


RAW4PRO accomplishes two tasks with just one click:

  1. it offloads your RAW DNG clips and JPG time lapses and
  2. it prepares small video proxies with time code and audio for easy playback/sharing/editing and cataloging.

RAW4PRO also allows you to see what each of your JPG time lapse sequences looks like. That’s why RAW4PRO is the perfect supplement to Daminion.



‘RAW4PRO and Daminion make a great team: RAW4PRO prepares JPG time lapse previews and video proxies while Daminion provides cataloging and tagging. We use Daminion to catalog our footage not only because it’s an amazing Media Management System but also because it’s free! Originally designed as a photo cataloger, it works beautifully for videos and sound as well.’- Alex, the RAW4PRO developer.

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The top 6 things you can’t do in Lightroom – and how to do them

April 01st, 2015 by Anna

There can be little doubt that Lightroom is more popular and closer to perfection than any other photo editing program. However, while browsing on the official Photoshop forum recently, I stumbled upon a long list of things that users would like Lightroom to improve. I was surprised to notice that most of the ideas and requests are 3 or 4 years old. And what’s more, the majority of them haven’t yet received the status of ‘under consideration’ or ‘planned’. I struggle to explain such a lack of attention from Adobe. Especially bearing in mind that all the features proposed would dramatically enhanced Lightroom.

With this in mind, I decided to take several of the most popular ideas (excluding those that can only be implemented by Adobe’s developers), read the threads, do some research and attempt to find solutions. As a result, I’ve compiled a list of plugins andthird-party software programs that are compatible with Lightroom. Luckily, some of them cover more than one issue at the same time.

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New Daminion 3.7: Faster Viewing, Easier Administration, Better Organization

March 13th, 2015 by Murat

Daminion 3.7 - Digital Photo Management Software with Multi-User Support

The new Daminion 3.7 version features more than 20 improvements including faster viewing of large images, easier Daminion Server administration, grouping of similar images, and additional file format support. Plus several minor bug fixes.

Top 5 Improvements

  1. Large images can be displayed much faster – at the same speed as common JPEG images. Learn more…
  2. Integration with Windows Active Directory enables you to sync the Daminion Server with the company’s existing user database instead of manually entering user names and passwords. Users, in their turn, can be logged-in to Daminion Server by specifying their Windows NT/Active Directory passwords.
    Learn more…
  3. Similar images can now be grouped together and displayed more compactly, reducing the number of steps required to access your assets.
    Learn more…
  4. Added support for new media formats including MXF videos and Samsung SRW images. And you can now display quality thumbnails for Cineform video and AutoCAD (DXF/DWG) formats.
  5. The Tray (Lightbox) panel has been drastically improved and now, apart from saving its state after restarting the Daminion Client, it allows you to assign tags, save images as collections, and export images directly from the Tray. Files added to the Tray will still be there after restarting the program. For server catalogs you can even connect from another computer and see your Tray files.
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Pixabay – free high-quality images for commercial use

March 03rd, 2015 by Murat
Pixabay - free high-quality images for commercial use

I’ve stumbled upon a nice stock photo service called Pixabay. If you think that this is just another photo stock service, you’re mistaken. It has more than 300k high-resolution images available for you to use for free for commercial purposes.

Pixabay - free high-quality images for commercial use

Perhaps, as well as microstock photos wiping out traditional stock photography, Pixabay and similar services might bite off a piece of the microstock cake in the future.

Pixabay - free high-quality images for commercial use

I guess the owners of this service aren’t thinking about monetization right now, and just trying to become the largest free stock photo service with quality content. Maybe Getty Images will buy them soon, just like they did with iStockPhoto when Getty Image’s founder Mark Getty said, “If some company wants to ruin my business, I want it to be my company.”

Pixabay - free high-quality images for commercial use
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New Daminion 3.4 supports multiple shared catalogs

November 04th, 2014 by Murat
New Daminion 3.4 version released

With the new Daminion 3.4 you can create multiple SHARED catalogs and open them as multiple local catalogs in your Daminion Client!

Previous versions of Daminion limited users to 1 shared catalog per installed Daminion Server. Although the Daminion Server allows you to import and manage millions of files, it sometimes makes sense to split your digital asset library into several smaller parts, especially in an organization with many departments, where each one has its own particular digital archive.

This was our users’ most frequently requested feature – with more than 50 registered users requesting it – and it’s available at last.

Check out the short video below and discover how to create and manage multiple shared catalogs in the new 3.4 version of Daminion Server

Daminion 3.4 has also benefited from dozens of minor improvements and bug fixes.

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New Daminion 3.3. Better and Faster

July 03rd, 2014 by Murat
New Daminion 3.3 version released

With more than 50 new features and improvements, Daminion 3.3 enables you to describe your digital content more precisely and find your documents much faster. And you can annotate more documents at the same time than ever before.

  • You can now quickly find duplicate assets and get rid of them. You can describe your content with new tags like Scene, Subject Code, and Intellectual Genre. You can also protect your tag taxonomy against screw-ups. Tags can be locked by admin for changes – users may assign or remove existing tags, but they can’t change the tag structure.
  • Synonyms and Tag Groups allow you to reduce the number of visible tags, making it easier to navigate through the tag tree. You can select the “Images” tag group to find JPEGs, TIFFs, PNGs and other images – you don’t have to check each of them individually.
  • Rendering speed of large images, especially TIFF images, in Full Screen mode has significantly increased, and thumbnails for shared catalogs are also displayed much faster.
  • You can now sort items manually when a single collection tag is selected and, prepare them in a specific order when necessary for things like publications or presentations.
  • A new Expired License Date field will enable you to avoid expensive penalties for using images after their license dates have expired.
  • We have also added an experimental option whereby you can find all publications of a particular image, or images very similar to it, on the internet.
  • The “Compare Items” window has been significantly improved, and selecting the right file version is much easier than before.
  • Plus many other minor improvements and bug-fixes!
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Daminion Case Study With Santa-Barbara Channelkeeper

April 29th, 2014 by Murat
Santa-Barbara Channelkeeper Case Study

Jenna Driscoll, a watershed and marine program associate from Santa Barbara Channelkeeper (California, USA), shares her experience of deploying Daminion Server as the company’s central photo repository.

Santa Barbara Channelkeeper is a grassroots non-profit organization that works on the water and in the communities along the Santa Barbara Channel to monitor water quality, restore aquatic ecosystems, advocate for clean water, enforce environmental laws, and educate and engage citizens in implementing solutions to water pollution and aquatic habitat degradation.

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Daminion 3.0 Released

March 20th, 2014 by Murat

The new Daminion 3.0 version allows you to limit the access of certain groups of users to certain documents. Now your digital repository can be protected on the functionality level (by user roles) as well as on the document level.

Another cool feature of version 3.0 is the ability to import images directly from mobile devices and digital cameras. Professional designers can import their Large Photoshop (PSB) images. The new version of Daminion can import people from Picasa people/faces as well as from other DAM programs that can write faces into XMP/MWG regions.

Below is a list of improvements and bug-fixes implemented since the last minor update

Improved Access Control

It’s now possible to restrict access to individual documents, so that only certain users or groups of users are allowed to see them.

For example, if several designers or architects are working on different projects, you can specify who can access which documents. So, specialists will not see each other’s documents unless the administrator allows them to do so.

How to protect access to documents

  1. Launch the Daminion Client and connect to your shared catalog
  2. Go to the main menu “Catalog” and select the “Access Control” option
  3. You will see that all Daminion Users are listed below the Access Control option in the Catalog Tags
Access Control

Only the administrator can see all existing groups. Other users will see the Public, Private and groups where they were included.

Users can be put into groups. To make files either public or private for certain groups of users simply drag them to an appropriate tag in the Access Control section of your Catalog Tags tree or right click on the selected items and navigate to the “Set Access Permissions…” menu option

Set Access Permissions

Import directly from mobile devices and digital cameras

If you connect your mobile device or your digital camera to your computer it will be available for selection as soon as you click the “Add Files” button.

Direct import from mobile devices and digital cameras

The “Browse for Files…” option allows you to specify which files to import from your device. The “Browse for All Files…” option will scan all files in your device and select them for importing.

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Daminion 2.5 Released

December 26th, 2013 by Murat

A new Daminion 2.5 version has been released with many improvements, including batch renaming, the stamping of exported images with watermarks, the creation of contact sheets that can be printed or saved as PDF documents, and more than 50 other minor improvements and bug-fixes. Below you will find detailed information about the new changes and bug fixes.

Below is a list of improvements and bug-fixes implemented since the last minor update

Batch Renaming

Files can be renamed according to a renaming template (Edit > Batch Rename (Move)). It was possible to do this earlier in the Import Window, but now files can be renamed after importing or during exporting images. Single item renaming is also supported via the Edit > Rename (F2) command.

Improved Export

You can protect your exported images from unauthorized usage by stamping them with a watermark image that contains your copyright and logotype.

Protect your exported images from unauthorized usage by watermarks

Each export preset can be tied to a watermark preset.

To create and apply a new watermark, open the Export Preset Editor, select a preset in the left panel, (let’s say JPEG 2000×2000) and click on the drop down menu in the Export Preset preferences panel (right panel).

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Daminion 2.0 Released

November 10th, 2013 by Murat

Daminion 2.0 Released

Daminion 2.0 Release version is now officially available to download.

Although the release version has only just become available, hundreds of organizations, (including NASDAQ listed companies) and thousands of individuals already trust the management of their media content to Daminion. This is something we are very proud of, and it will encourage us to continue improving our product, making it better and better with each new version.

Below is a list of improvements and bug-fixes implemented since the last minor update. As always, you are very welcome to share your feedback on our users’ forum or with us directly via the support form.

Improved Export

  • Daminion can now preserve image metadata while exporting images
  • It’s possible to export images to sRGB profile or preserve a source image ICC profile
  • Export preset editor that allows you to customize your export transformation presets

Export Preset Editor

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Daminion Server Case Study – H&H Photographers

September 24th, 2013 by Murat
H&H Photographers Case Study

Eric Wessman and Dan Fried of H&H Photographers share their experience of using Daminion Server to manage their extensive photo archive. H&H Photographers have a large photo studio in Irvington (NY, USA) and they specialize in wedding and Bar and Bat Mitzvah photography.

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Case-Study – Almex USA

August 14th, 2013 by Murat
Case Study - Almex USA

Almex USA, the leading supplier of aerospace and hard alloy aluminum billet casting technology and equipment, share their experiences of deploying Daminion Server.
Its products include Degassing Systems, DC Casting Machines, Billet and Ingot Casting Systems and Automated Process Control.

Daminion allows them to support the digital asset management needs of their many different departments, from the Sales and Marketing group looking for the best-of-the-best photographs for press releases, to their Mechanical Engineering department searching for photographs of field installations.

Kedar Tilak, the Technical director of Almex USA, highlighted Daminion’s simplicity and its low-learning curve, saying that the system had already brought huge benefits to the company. He added that Daminion’s excellent support team had turned out to be one of the best insurance policies Almex had ever bought.

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New versions of Daminion are available for purchase

July 29th, 2013 by Murat

Daminion’s beta-testing period is coming to an end and all Daminion versions are now available for purchase.

Daminion Server

Home users, individual photographers and designers can now get Daminion Server at a special low price:

  • Daminion Home Server: ideal for creating a centralized photo & video archive for family photos and videos. Limited to 2 concurrent connections, for non-commercial use only, no user management.
  • Daminion Pro Server: ideal for individual professionals who need to use enterprise level DAM for commercial work. Limited to 1 concurrent connection, no user management.
  • Daminion TEAM Server: ideal for small teams. The fully featured server version with no limitations.
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Daminion 1.0 RC2 released

June 20th, 2013 by Murat

After 2 months of hard work, Daminion 1.0 RC2, the new version of the multi-user photo management software, is now available to download.

Major Improvements:

  • Access to your centralized image and document archive library can now be restricted by User Roles
  • The new Auto Sync-Folders feature allows you to monitor selected folders for changes and new file additions, and automatically syncs them with Daminion, without the need for user intervention.
  • Improved Color Management for RAW images. RAW images also import up to 3 times faster.
  • New Tags: Rights Usage Terms, Item ID, Import related tags, Audio Tags
  • Many other improvements and bug fixes
  • Note: With this version you’ll need to upgrade all your Daminion Clients manually because all connections between Server and Client are now secure and old client versions don’t “understand” the new server. All future Daminion Client updates will be automatic.

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Daminion 1.0 RC1 released

April 09th, 2013 by Murat

Daminion 1.0 RC1 – minor update is now available to download. It’s now possible to stamp images with Geo coordinates and locate them visually on a map.

In addition, we’ve improved XMP metadata handling and support for video formats, added quality EPS/AI thumbnail rendering, and fixed a number of bugs.

Geo-Tagging Images

Geo Tagging Images by Daminion
  • To stamp images with geo coordinates just select items and drag them to the Map.
  • You can drop items onto an existing marker
  • All markers are always visible, no matter how many files have been selected
  • Search for a location
  • Markers for the selected items are displayed in orange.
  • The locations of existing markers can be changed using the mouse
  • You can use your favorite map provider such as Google, Yahoo, Bing or Yandex
  • Click on a marker to preview thumbnails of the items behind it
  • Items that are located close to one another are grouped together for ease of visualization
  • It’s possible to view all items assigned to a certain marker in the Thumbnail Browser
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Daminion Tutorials

March 13th, 2013 by Murat

Several new tutorials are currently available:

  • Getting Started with Daminion Server
  • How to configure Daminion Server service properly
  • Selecting the right file storage scheme for Daminion Server

Tutorials coming soon:

  • Migrating from Daminion Standalone to Daminion Server
  • How to add multi-user functionality to Lightroom
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Daminion 0.9.9b. Assets can be Annotated Faster

February 14th, 2013 by Murat

Daminion 0.9.9 – minor update now available to download.

With the new version of Daminion you can classify your image archive library even faster, thanks to improved file/folder management, tag
presets, and many other improvements.

Improved File/Folder management

  • It’s now possible to remove folders from the catalog
  • Added support for drag-and-drop reordering of folder structure in the tags tree. You can now create subfolders by simply dragging and dropping one folder into another.
  • Re-location of media items. If you’ve renamed or moved a file outside Daminion you can re-link the file’s new location back to Daminion. To access this option go to the “Item > Actions > Relink Item…” menu.

Assets can be annotated faster

  • Added option to Copy/Paste Tags. You can now copy and paste annotations from one item to another
  • Tag presets can now be assigned “on-the-fly” to importing files, i.e. during import.
  • The newly added “Tag Presets” allow you to define tag presets and assign them to files.
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Daminion 0.9.8b. Improved File/Folder Management

January 10th, 2013 by Murat

Daminion 0.9.8 – minor update now available to download.

We’ve received many requests from our users to incorporate file/folder management into Daminion. So now, with the new version of the program, you can:

– Move (Drag) files to a folder
– Add sub-folders
– Rename folders

With the 0.9.8 version of Daminion you can also update (re-link) a folder’s location. For example, if you move a folder to any location outside Daminion, it’s now possible to update the folder’s location in Daminion without re-importing the whole folder. To do this, simply right click on a folder in the Tags tree and select the “Re-link folder…” option.

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Hierarchical Keywords in Lightroom | Be Careful!

November 21st, 2012 by Murat

So what’s the problem with hierarchical keywords in Adobe Lightroom?

Adobe was behind the XMP specification that makes our life easier by allowing different software programs to communicate in the same language and exchange information on the metadata level. For example image annotations entered in Lightroom are visible in Daminion and vice versa.

But the Lightroom development team has invented a new dialect (read: new XMP scheme) to store the common annotation field, named Keywords.

In XMP specification Keywords are stored in a place called “dc:subject”. The “dc:” prefix denotes that this field is a part of the Dublin Core section of the XMP metadata.

Although XMP specification doesn’t permit the storage of hierarchical keywords inside the “dc:subject”, there is a magic “|” delimiter symbol* that can be used to split different hierarchy levels of keywords and store them inside a single text line. This symbol has been unofficially adopted by many software programs including Microsoft Windows Live Gallery, Lightroom, Expression Media, Daminion, etc…

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