Posted Thu Jun 13, 2013 6:16PM
So I've had a few images accepted but with rejected keywords, my question is what to do next?
I use DeepMeta to manage my files, do I have to delete these keywords from DeepMeta and that will automatically update with iStock?
If iStock have already found irrelevant keywords, why don't they just delete them from the file?
I guess this question answers the above one a little bit, what do I do if there are keywords that are obviously relevant to the file, but iStock deem it questionable?
Posted Thu Jun 13, 2013 7:17PM
If your file has had keywords rejected, they should automatically be removed from the file (ie you shouldn't have to do anything). If iStock has removed a keyword, you should NOT re-add it to your file. If you feel that it is a valid keyword though, you are welcome to post the picture in the Keyword forum with the keyword(s) in question to get other opinions - and sometimes if an inspector/admin agree with you, it could get added back. I hope that helps.
Posted Thu Jun 13, 2013 7:25PM
As far as DM goes, you can hit Ctrl+F5 and it will Fetch all the data from IS correcting your keywords on DM.
Or select 'iStockphoto"from the top menu, and click on "Fetch ALL data from iStockphoto.
Posted Fri Jun 14, 2013 1:12AM
To save re-importing ALL your data every time, just right-click on the record for an image whose keywords have changed. Select Retrieve image data from iStock (or similar wording).