Do you own a digital camera? Then in no time you will have thousands of images on your computer, and finding that one image you are looking for will become a chore. But Photo Supreme can change all that. Whether you have 1,000 or 500,000 images in your archive, Photo Supreme’s integrated photo cataloging and photo management features will help you quickly find and work with your desired image.
Control your Image Archive
Photo Supreme is cross platform, single and multi user Digital Asset Management software. Photo Supreme makes it possible to manage your image files by categorizing them. It will categorize files based on the available details of the file, this includes technical photo details, but also the location of the file on disk, or other embedded metadata. In addition you can add tags to the images, enrich the files with descriptions, add GEO information, or add custom information. Once you have your archive controlled, you will benefit from the many advantages. With Photo Supreme at hand you will be able to quickly retrieve your images using all kinds of criteria or combinations.
Consider Photo Supreme to be the hub of your image workflow. From within Photo Supreme you will ingest new image files, manage your images, find images, retouch them with third party tools, or send them to your favorite photo sharing site.
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Single-User and Multi-User
Photo Supreme comes in two editions: a Single User and a Server edition. The Single User edition is designed to be used on a single computer, and is completely self-contained. Install and you’re ready to go. The Server edition uses a central database and multiple Photo Supreme clients can access the same catalog from Apple and Windows computers. Photo Supreme Server Edition can be used with the open source PostgreSQL database system or Microsoft’s SQLServer database system. The role based User Access puts you in control of who can make changes and who can only view the content. This makes Photo Supreme Server a great solution for workgroups, departments, or creative studios.
Photo Supreme Server Edition uses a Concurrent License model. This model allows you to purchase licenses equal to the largest number of computers likely to be using the software at a given time, rather than the total number of computers that the software has been installed on. You don’t pay for licenses that are not needed and when the need arises you can always add licenses.
Extremely powerful yet easy-to-use
From the ground up, Photo Supreme was developed with easy-of-use as the primary focus. We were able to pack most of the features requested by our user base into a user interface that is clean and efficient, yet extremely powerful.
Photo Supreme comes with every essential image management feature you’ll need to bring structure in your image archive. Assigning catalog labels, importing images to your computer, search features, etc. And once you have your images cataloged then you’ll be able to find that one image you need within seconds to then view, duplicate, email, share on your favorite photo site, upload it to your FTP server, or edit it in your favorite photo editor.
Integrates with your favorite tools
Photo Supreme makes integration with your favorite photo editing tools seaminglessly. At installation it will automatically find and add the most common used image editing tools to the user interface.
Simply select an image and click on the application icon to start editing your image.
Digital Asset Management software uses a catalog database and should be optimized to work with thousands of images in the database. We took this seriously and were able to get the speed up, there where it belongs. Searches will return results in just milliseconds.
Always take your images with you
With Photo Supreme you have previews of your images stored inside the catalog. So even if your images are physically located on your network or external drive, they travel with you. The size of your previews is configurable. If you are in “Travel” mode, Photo Supreme remains fully functional. You can even access your images as you are enjoying your Cuba Libre on the beach. Back home you switch off Travel Model and push the changes back to your image files.
From the ground up, Photo Supreme was designed with an open architecture. This means that all your data is also accessible without our software. And should you ever decide to switch applications in the future, then you won’t have to repeat the time consuming task of re-cataloging your archive. After all, it is YOUR data, not the application’s data.
Share with friends and family
Photo Supreme easily interfaces with popular photo sharing or social networking sites like Flickr, PicasaWeb, Facebook, Zenfolio, and SmugMug. The way you want your images to appear can all be defined in a Sharing Profile. A Profile includes information for sizing, naming, watermarks, tags, color space, signatures. Once defined, its a matter of activating the Profile to upload your images.
For Flickr users there’s also a full synchronization feature which makes it a breeze to keep your Flickr pages up-to-date, without leaving Photo Supreme. By organizing your images in Portfolios you can then synchronize the complete portfolio with Flickr. Photo Supreme will maintain the Flickr collection hierarchies, photo sets, descriptions, tags, etc. And the best part is that the changes made afterwards will automatically re-sync to Flickr.
Get started right away
If you already use some sort of image collection tool then Photo Supreme can help you get your existing data into Photo Supreme, saving you lots of time. There are import feature available for iPhoto™, Aperture™, Lightroom™, MediaPro™, iMatch™, and FotoTime™. At the same time, Photo Supreme is able to read and import meta-data that was written with XMP supporting tools, including Adobe products, Nikon software, iView™, MediaPro™.
In addition there are import features to support market standard vocabularies, including David Rieck’s ControlledVocabulary™, UltraTAG™, Lightroom™-Keyword Files, or any other tool that supports exporting to Formatted Vocabulary Files.