Working with ratings and image scores
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With IDimager it is possible to rate every individual image with a 0 to 5 score. By rating your images you can graduate them and distinguish the good from the bad (0 = unassigned, 1 = very bad,.., 5 = best) . For example; you can retrieve all your best images just by selecting the “5 stars” label in the Catalog Explorer's Ratings branch.
Every thumbnail contains a rating bar below the thumbnail image. This bar consists of 5 dots. Each dot represents a rating value. You can click on any of the dots to open a selection menu that allows you to select a rating for that image. You can also hold down the [Alt] key on your keyboard and click on one of the dots to instantly assign that rating.
If you select a series of images, and assign a rating it will be applied to every selected thumbnail.
The following keyboard shortcuts can be used to quickly assign ratings
Another way to rate your images is by dragging a selection of thumbnails and then drop them on the appropriate rating in the Catalog Explorer.