[digiKam-users] Multiple simultaneous keyword entry

Alan H webaccounts at live.com
Sat Jul 27 14:13:37 BST 2019

If, perhaps, you meant importing a hierarchal list, as you can for Lightroom and iMatch, the only way I found after a lot of Googling is this from another digikam-user…

For a “dummy” file/photo, use exiv2 or exiftool to write the (very big) list into the metadata of the file/photo. Import the file into digiKam and it will create the list for use by other photos. Haven’t tried this myself since I’m having other issues that need to resolved first. Good luck.

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Subject: Re: [digiKam-users] Multiple simultaneous keyword entry

Le 26/07/2019 à 23:39, Northern Colorado Event Photograph a écrit :
> I have digiKam 6.0.0 installed on a Dell Latitude E6520 with 64 bit Win
> 7 Pro SP 1, i5 processor, 8 GB RAM, NVIDIA 4200M graphics adapter.
> Is there any way to enter multiple key words simultaneously?

do you mean as command line??

because I do this routinely in digikam. Select t images (or one of them
on the beginning, then select all the tags that need to be applied. The
apply or clic on the thumbnails desktop.

if you did for only one image, select all of them, then use the small
icon on the right side to show all the already used (looks like an
infinity symbol).

If the images are not in the same album, you have to find a way to
select them (there are many)


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