Extremely powerful yet easy-to-use
From the ground up, Photo Supreme was developed with easy-of-use as the primary focus. We packed all the features 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, GEO tagging, face tagging, and more. After you have your images cataloged, 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 to your FTP server, or edit it in your favorite photo editor.
Be in control of your assets
The Server edition uses a central database and multiple Photo Supreme Server Edition users 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 Management puts you in control of who can make changes and who can only view the content. At the same time, you control what every user sees, but also what not. This advanced access control puts you in control of your digital assets.
Photo Supreme Server Edition: a great solution for teams, workgroups, departments, and creative studios.
Photo Supreme was designed with an open architecture. This means that all your data can be made 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.
You can take Photo Supreme Server Edition for a fully functional 30 day trial ride.
Read the installation instructions for Photo Supreme Server Edition
for Microsoft SQLServer
>> System Requirements for the Server
CONCURRENT LICENSE MODEL
Photo Supreme Server Edition uses a Concurrent License Model*. This license 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. When the need arises you can always add licenses. A Server Edition license works on macOS as well as Windows.
*to prevent the main administrator from being locked out, one license is dedicated for the main administrator to use. This first license is not available for other users.