Excire Foto is a powerful app designed for easy photo management and quick content-based browsing. Numerous smart features help you get organized and find the photos you are looking for.
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Using Excire Foto is not only fun, but also saves you time that can be better spent on creative photography.
Excire Foto Features
Using advanced image and face-recognition technology, Excire Foto automatically analyses and tags your photos. Looking for photos from a beach holiday or a family celebration? The Excire AI will find them for you in seconds and will uncover all your hidden photo treasures.
Intelligent content-based navigation is combined with super fast image display to provide efficiency and fun. Simple, intuitive, powerful: with Excire Foto you will experience a completely new way of interacting with your photos.
You search, Excire Foto finds! With just a few clicks you can find the photos you are looking for faster than ever before!
Transfer the Excire Foto keywords to photo or XMP files and benefit from the power of the Excire AI across various applications. Excire keywords become available in the spotlight search of your file browser and other applications such as Lightroom.
Share your best moments with family and friends. Excire Foto can connect to your Dropbox and Google Drive, enabling sharing in just a few seconds.
The security of your photos is important to us: the Excire AI runs locally on your computer and photos are not uploaded to the cloud for analysis!
Use cases & workflows
Our memories determine who we are. Photos can revive our memories, given we can actually find the right photos. Let Excire Foto do the hard work of finding them for you!
Create a photo book
Using intelligent navigation, the photos needed to make a vacation unforgettable can be found quickly.
Feeling overwhelmed? Too many photos? Get organized and cull them! Closed eyes or a missing smile – let Excire Foto find the rejects.
Do you remember that magic moment: you and your girlfriend, both happy and smiling, sunset at the beach? With Excire Foto you can find such moments in seconds and share them easily.
Excire Foto FAQs
Once you have downloaded our software, you will need to install Excire Foto on your computer. Under macOS, please unzip the appropriate ZIP file and mount the appropriate disk image (DMG file).
Now you only have to start our installation program, which will guide you through the installation step by step. Windows users only need to start the downloaded executable file (*.exe) and follow the installation instructions.
Yes, there is a user manual which you can find here. And on our tutorial page many useful numerous tutorials and explanations are available.
We support the following image formats: .3fr, .arw, .cr2, .cr3 (only Mac and with macOS 10.15), .crw, .dcr, .dng, .erf, .gpr, .heic, .heif, .iiq, .kdc, .mef, .mos, .mrw, .nef, .nrw, .orf, .pef, .ppm, .raf, .raw, .rw2, .rwl, .sr2, .srf, .srw, .x3f, .bmp, .jpg, .jpeg, .jpe, .jfif, .png, .pgm, .tif, .tiff
Please note that some compressed variants of these formats are available from us or are not supported by us or the libraries we use. Therefore we recommend to test Excire Foto with your own photos before buying.
We recommend Windows users to install the Microsoft Raw image extension: Download
Files with the extension .heic or .heif are supported since version 1.1.1. Among us download pc free mac.
On macOS there is nothing else to do. Here the HEIC format is processed automatically.
On Windows the HEIC format is not natively supported. In order to display .heic files, the system must support HEVC compression. To do this, you can install, for example, the both following extensions from the Microsoft Store, which are offered by Microsoft Corporation:
HEIF Image Extensions (free) and HEVC Video Extensions (fee required)
In the future you will receive normal updates like bug fixes or smaller improvements free of charge. Only upgrades, i.e. major improvements and significant innovations, are subject to a charge. However, existing customers will always have a significant discount when purchasing such upgrades.
We will continue to develop Excire Foto. This includes functions that allow the management and support selection of photos and also the extension and improvement of the image analysis. There are also simple functions for image editing and enhancement planned.
Unfortunately this is not possible. But this is not due to Excire Foto, but much more to the methods that are currently used for image analysis. These methods were developed with several million photos trained on special hardware.
All this happens in one complex Oﬄine process, which takes several days. Only in this way can the maximum detection performance, whereby we would like to point out that our solution is a compromise between best detection performance and minimum runtime is because our software does not run in a cloud, but on customer computers.
Unfortunately, such procedures cannot be trained with just a few examples, or if this happens the detection performance is (often) unacceptable.
If you need help, just have a look at our forum or use our contact form. With Excire Foto you can also send us a bug report.
No. Data protection is important to us, therefore our AI analyses your photos on your computer. We do not use a cloud solution.
Intel and DELL highly recommend Excire Foto. Dennis Luo, Senior Director/GM von Intel, says:
„We are excited about Excire taking advantage of Intel’s OpenVINO toolkit to unlock the potential of new AI use cases on Intel’s 10th Generation and 11th Generation processors. Optimizations with Intel DL Boost: VNNI allows Excire to unlock industry leading performance on photo tagging and search and solves real world end user problems”
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Since I'm getting more interested in photography and understanding camerasand techniques, I find myself wanting to know the details under which aphoto was taken. Modern digital cameras encode a lot of such data — shutterspeed, lens focal length, etc. — into the image file, generally called“Exif Data” (“Exif” stands for “ExchangeableImage File Format” and as an acronym would normally be written as “EXIF”, but the standard creatorsexplicitly say that it should be written “Exif”, which is nice.).
As of Dec 2016 this tool has moved to http://exif.regex.info.
So, I wrotea littleonline Exifviewer to view whatever data might be encoded. Here's a screenshotusing the viewer on a picture from a recent post:
That's just the summary — you can see the full data usingthe tool itself.
The amount of data encoded in the image is quite variable. Many timesthere's just about nothing, as the data is stripped somewhere along theway. Here's a version of the previous picture with most datamissing. It's missing because it's a smaller version that's meant forweb display, and for such use the data just makes the file bigger andslower to download.
Geoencoded photos get links in the summary area to Google Maps and thelike, and below that is an embedded Google Maps pane. With either, you canswitch between Satellite and Map, and zoom, etc.
My Tech-Related Photography Posts
- Lightroom Goodies (lots of plugins)
Open Canon Cr3 File
You can also check images on your local hard drive — images directly froma camera generally have the most information. Give it a try!
If you're using Firefox orSafari, you have the added benefit that you can install an Exif-viewerbutton on your button-bar toolbar. Once you've done that, later, whenyou're viewing a page with an image you want to check out, just click thebutton and you'll be whisked to a new tab showing the image's data. I find this really useful. It doesn't work in IE, though, sorry.
I use the viewer a lot on images I see in the Digital Photography Review Samples andGalleries forum. Lots of nice pictures in there. Many have their Exifdata stripped, but many do not.
Finally, I should note that my viewer makes use of Phil Harvey's mostexcellent Image::ExifToollibrary. Thanks Phil!