There's a certain limit to the number of digital photos that you can have before your collection starts to become unwieldy. You'd like to keep track of photos containing specific people, but what do you do when a picture has more than one person in it? Make duplicates, and put them in separate folders?
Imago fixes the ongoing problem of keeping track of information in digital photos. With Imago, you can add information to any photo and, more importantly, you can add information about anyone in that photo. All of the information that you've added about a person appears when you hover your mouse cursor over their face in a photo. Even better, with Imago, you can search for all photos that contain a specific person.
The best part about Imago? The information that you add to each photo becomes a part of the digital photo file! This means that you can email a photo to your family, and when they add the photo to their copy of Imago, all of the information is already there. You can import your images into Imago directly from your digital camera, or, for your older photo collections, by using a scanner. Either way, you're well on the path to a well-organized, fully cataloged digital image collection.
In addition to adding information about a photo, you can add information about anyone in the photo as well.
When you select someone in a photo, you can tell Imago to show you all photos containing that person.
You can hover over a face and see information on who that person is and how they are related to you.
Email a photo to a friend or family member and all the information about any person cataloged in the photo goes with it. When your friend or family members adds the image to their copy of Imago, all the data is added to their database as well.
You have multiple ways to add images to Imago, including scanning and adding directly from your camera.
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Windows Server 2008,
||1GB Memory, 10GB Free Disk Space