DeepMeta (Windows) - manage your portfolio

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FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Thu Sep 20, 2007 3:16AM
DeepMetaComp1

Click the image/button above to read the FAQ and download the latest version. There is also a Getting started page which shows a few screen shots and how to use the software.

Attention: for support regarding this program, please do not contact iStockphoto. This is 3rd party software, not created by iStockphoto. You can post in this thread or contact me directly by sitemail. Thanks!

If you want to report a bug, suggestion or have a question: please make sure to first have a look at:
* The DeepMeta Wishlist
* The DeepMeta F.A.Q. (Frequently asked questions)
* The DeepMeta Reported bugs

Current features in a nutshell:
* Fetch your portfolio details from iStockphoto and manage them locally: change keywords and DA, change title/description.
* View the ratings and comments for all your files in 1 list, and sort by "date", "rater", "initial rating", "file was downloaded". Handy for tracking down those elusive latest ratings-without-comment.
* Upload new images, with support for multiple model/property releases.
* Editorial uploads are supported!


DeepMeta is now also on

twitter

http://twitter.com/DeepMeta

I'll use this account for short updates on releases and other DeepMeta issues & events.

(Edited on 2013-06-24 00:57:45 by FrankyDeMeyer)
Sirimo
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Posted Thu Sep 20, 2007 4:14AM
Thanks Franky, I'll check it out !
angelhell
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Posted Thu Sep 20, 2007 4:38AM

Hi Franky,

I'm testing the DeepMeta now. Thanks for your contribution

Best wishes from Brazil!
tavor
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Posted Thu Sep 20, 2007 5:16AM
very nice application!

i will try to upload some new files with it during upcoming weekend.

however my first observations is that user can't see how many lightboxes are linked to image. that would be useful!
and another one - where are files numbers?

beside this - well done!!

(Edited on 2007-09-20 05:19:10 by tavor)
lucato
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Posted Thu Sep 20, 2007 1:29PM
Thanks Franky, I'll check it out too.
Another best wishes from Brazil.
FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Thu Sep 20, 2007 4:28PM
Tavor, you do have a point
There is a new version (v1.0 Alpha 8) available for download, with extra columns for file IDs, Lightbox count and a few more.

Thanks all for the feedback so far!
tavor
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Posted Thu Sep 20, 2007 7:01PM
Posted By FrankyDeMeyer:
Tavor, you do have a point wink
There is a new version (v1.0 Alpha 8) available for download, with extra columns for file IDs, Lightbox count and a few more.

Thanks all for the feedback so far!


yeaaahh... this is another step forward with your almost outstanding application.

however... is it possible to see not only public lightboxes but private as well?
i think this is sometimes useful when u can see if your image is still popular by anyone

i hope i'll give u some feedback about uploading after weekend


good work anyway!
matt_scherf
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Posted Thu Sep 20, 2007 7:06PM
Franky says relax! Fantastic stuff, what a champ.
nojustice
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Posted Thu Sep 20, 2007 8:05PM
Franky, if I were an all-powerful admin, your SpecOps site badge would be in the fire as we speak.  Looks great so far, pretty as well as functional.  I'll experiment and try to break it for you this weekend.  Isn't that what alpha testing is for?
kemie
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Posted Fri Sep 21, 2007 7:20AM

Wow! DeeplyImpressed!

Are there any plans to support vector uploading in the future? 
FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Sat Sep 22, 2007 3:01AM
Posted By tavor:
... is it possible to see not only public lightboxes but private as well? :)
i think this is sometimes useful when u can see if your image is still popular by anyone


I see what you mean ... I think it could be done. Where you thinking of just an extra column with the number of private lightboxes? or something more elaborate?

Posted By kemie:
Are there any plans to support vector uploading in the future?


I don't have vectors myself, so I'm not familiar with the upload process, but I guess the main difference with image upload is that for vectors you have to submit 3 files instead of one? This would be very easy for me to implement.
However ... the iStock API would have to support this. At the moment, it doesn't.
I'll put it on my Christmas wishlist to iStock for new API features though
tavor
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Posted Sat Sep 22, 2007 7:06AM
Posted By FrankyDeMeyer:


I see what you mean ... I think it could be done. Where you thinking of just an extra column with the number of private lightboxes? or something more elaborate?

hmmm... i think just another column would be enough. i don't know if there are some more option with lightboxes to make.. are there?
Firehorse
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Posted Sat Sep 22, 2007 2:01PM
Great software. Fantastic work.
DuxX
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Posted Sat Sep 22, 2007 3:15PM

Great peace of code I think. I wish you the best!

Now I have one security question... if we use third party software like this, how we can be sure that somehow our user and password data won't be sent to someone?

 

Thanks and best regards! 
FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Sun Sep 23, 2007 12:20PM
This is a valid and pertinent question. I'm glad you asked

Every 3rd party developer has a contract with iStockphoto and the developed application is assigned a unique API key. Whenever iStock would receive complaints from users that their login credentials were compromised by the program, iStock has the power to revoke the API key and render the application useless.

Of course, ultimately, it's all a matter of trust. During the beta stage I will assemble a privacy statement for the software, with details of what happens with your data. In short: your username/password are stored on your PC only, encrypted with a 128 bit algorithm. They are sent to the iStock server whenever info is retrieved, such as your image statistics or for uploading. Passwords are NOT sent/stored in some central DeepMeta database: they are stored on your PC only. They are not exchanged with any other party.

I hope this satisfies your concerns. Feel free to ask for more
DuxX
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Posted Sun Sep 23, 2007 1:11PM

Pretty well.


I install and try this program. It seems to be much better than ImgManager. Now you have one more alpha/beta/delta tester

I'm a Delphi programmer so if I can help somehow just ask. Best regards and keep up a good work! 
kemie
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Posted Mon Sep 24, 2007 2:33AM
Hey Franky, if there's anything I can do to help with the implementation of vector uploading (nagging to istock, testing, whatever), just let me know
olandesina
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Posted Mon Sep 24, 2007 8:57AM

Great!!

I can help with beta testing for Apple if you wish Anyway for now what shall i do to install the windows version on my mac? Could you elaborate more on the steps to be taken please I haven't installed windows on it yet but I am willing to do it, if necessary.

I run Mac OS X, intel based. 

Thx  
sturmwarnung
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Posted Mon Sep 24, 2007 11:24AM
Just tried - and Wow! this is a helpful program! And just in time for the hundreds of photos I brought home from my trip...
FrankyDeMeyer
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Posted Mon Sep 24, 2007 12:44PM
@kemie: ahhhh yes ... a little help in the "nagging to istock" department would certainly be welcome if you ever want Vector upload implemented

@olandesina: there are 2 "easy" but expensive options:
1. Using Apple Boot camp to install Windows on a separate partition of your hard disk so that you can boot your system as either Mac OS or Windows.
2. Using Parallels Desktop for Mac OS.

I'm not familiar with either products, but do realize, it's going to cost you money: you'll need to buy a Windows licence (+ the Parallel software in the second solution). You'll probably like option 3 (below) better.

3. There's a third option, but this isn't ready yet: probably by the end of next month, I should have a version of DeepMeta ready that can run on Mac OS X, using the Mono environment. As soon as it's ready and tested, I'll have all the details. Sorry to keep you waiting
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