The back of our photos can be rich with our family history. They tell the story of who we are, where we went, and what we did along the way. These stories are so important that often we scan the back of the image along with the front. This means that the photo and the story can be separated from each other.
QromaFlip makes it easy to join these two separate images into a single, industry standard MultiPage TIFF file. Now, wherever the front of the images goes, the story follows.
Metadata tags are the perfect digital replacement for what used to be written on the back of our photos. It's a powerful standard, but traditional tagging can be as much fun doing your taxes and not doing it means a photo can be separated from its story.
QromaFlip for macOS introduces a new approach called Natural Language Tagging. Instead of worrying about what to tag and how to tag it, just describe your own photos your own way.
In this example, the user said "This is my mom and sister at the Eiffel Tower in the spring of 1974." QromaFlip automatically created metadata tags for date, place and people.
QromaFlip detects important details from the description, including dates, exact locations and even the full names of the people in the photos and automatically generates the key metadata tags. In a flash, you'll have a photo with a full description and up to 8 key metadata tags you didn't have to type in.
With the metadata now embedded inside the file, you can find any photo with just a few keystrokes, or pass along a great backstory for future generations.
NLT is an amazingly simple way to create many tags from a description, but how natural would it be if you had to say the full names of your mom,dad and other relatives every time? Not very natural at all.
That's why QromaFlip's Relationship Manager makes it dead simple to tag the full names of the people that mean the most to you. Simple say something like "This is my mom and dad near Hyde Park in Sydney in the summmer of 1997" and QromaFlip will tag that image with the full names of both your parents. Its simple and natural.
QromaFlip writes industry standard IPTC and EXIF metadata to the industry standard MultiPage TIFF file.
No, you can enter text by typing in any field. You can also try voice recognition and then edit the recognized text before the Natural Language Tagger tries to parse your description.
Yes, you can use the Inspector to directly enter metadata, and take advantage QromaFlip's time saving features.
At this time no, but we are looking into it.
Test drive a fully functional version of QromaFlip free for a day, and discover how it can preserve your family history for generations. QromaFlip can run on any computer using macOS 10.11 or later. After the trial period ends, you can purchase a license key by clicking on the 'Buy' button at the top of this page.
First download the app from our server, mount the disk image, drag the app to your Applications folder. The disk image also contains a full user guide, a quickstart guide and a 12 minute video tutorial to help you get started.
If you have any questions during your trial period, please feel free to contact Product Support through the form at the bottom of this page, and we will get back to you within a day.
This 12 minute video will get you up to speed with everything you need to know to get started creating MultiPage TIFFS and tagging them with Natural Language Tagging.
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