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Author Topic: AI tool for auto keywords, titles and descriptions on stock photos (freemium)  (Read 6388 times)

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« on: February 17, 2023, 06:35 »
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Today we launched a new tool to create keywords, titles and descriptions on stock photos automatically.

This technology has been around for a while, but for our workflow, there were no tools out there that fit into our workflow. For example, tools were limited to only producing keywords (not titles and descriptions), and they lacked manual control.

We've built this new tool to fit into a workflow where you can easily get AI assistance but remain in control to ensure the metadata accurately fits the concept of your image.

Some of the features we've incorporated to do this:
  • After the keywords are populated, you can easily remove/add keywords in the lightweight editor.
  • You can qualify/disqualify keywords used for titles and descriptions. Some words might be relevant as keywords but not in the titles. This could be words related to less important elements in the image. Try only qualifying the top 10 most relevant keywords, and you'll get great quality titles and descriptions.
  • If you are unhappy with the titles or descriptions, you can regenerate them, and every time you get a new option - you can still choose to go back to one of the previous options.

Feel free to try it out: https://pixify.io/ai-keywording-tool


« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2023, 01:07 »
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Today we launched a new tool to create keywords, titles and descriptions on stock photos automatically.

This technology has been around for a while, but for our workflow, there were no tools out there that fit into our workflow. For example, tools were limited to only producing keywords (not titles and descriptions), and they lacked manual control.

We've built this new tool to fit into a workflow where you can easily get AI assistance but remain in control to ensure the metadata accurately fits the concept of your image.

Some of the features we've incorporated to do this:
  • After the keywords are populated, you can easily remove/add keywords in the lightweight editor.
  • You can qualify/disqualify keywords used for titles and descriptions. Some words might be relevant as keywords but not in the titles. This could be words related to less important elements in the image. Try only qualifying the top 10 most relevant keywords, and you'll get great quality titles and descriptions.
  • If you are unhappy with the titles or descriptions, you can regenerate them, and every time you get a new option - you can still choose to go back to one of the previous options.

Feel free to try it out: https://pixify.io/ai-keywording-tool

That's great initiative.
I tried this and have some questions.
1- Is this free?
2- Why there is no bulk keywording option, other than one by one?
3- Where are images stored?

I have personally tested it with multiple works and found that the accuracy is only 40%, moreover it is also not following minimum words limited in titles. How can this be fixed?

« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2023, 02:46 »
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Hi Artist...

1. Yes, the tool is free to use.

2. Currently, we don't offer a bulk keywording option because it would require a significant amount of resources to implement. As a freemium model, we need to balance the cost of offering such a feature with our ability to keep the tool accessible and free. However, we are working on adding a bulk option within our app, Pixify.

3. Images are not being stored. Once it's done with generating keywords, the image is deleted again.

Regarding your results.. Did you watch the video about how to improve your results by checking and qualifying / disqualifying keywords?

« Reply #3 on: February 19, 2023, 05:57 »
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Thank you for the free tool. I have shared it in a few groups.

« Reply #4 on: February 19, 2023, 20:08 »
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That's pretty cool, I bookmarked it. The website design looks good. I will give it a try on my next batch of uploads.

« Reply #5 on: February 21, 2023, 10:23 »
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That's pretty cool, I bookmarked it. The website design looks good. I will give it a try on my next batch of uploads.

Thanks. I'd love to hear what you think of it.

And @Cobalt thanks for sharing.


 

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