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As far as I know, there is currently no way to translate PP3 to XMP sidecars, or vice versa. And developers are often reluctant to adapt their program to read data written by another program, especially for formats like .PP3, which can change without warning between program versions*. Even exchanging XMP files from different programs isn't all that evident....


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You can create a smart collection with a "Has adjustments" set to "true" rule. Then all of the processed photos will be in that collection and you will be able to export them at once.


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For the Image Quality Sorter Tool, you can use it like this: The Image Quality Sorter assigns quality labels to images according to the settings in Settings → Configure digiKam... → Image Quality Sorter. There you also have to enable this tool if you want to use it. Since it is a time consuming process it's a good idea to check Work on all processor ...


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I've been doing some experimenting and it seems that the basic problem is with the way I was using digiKam. In Configure - digiKam / Metadata / Behaviour there are several settings for reading and writing metadata. The really important one is : Update file timestamp when files are modified. Without this darktable doesn't know that the file has altered and ...


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Digikam has an SQLite database. I am not an SQL expert, but such databases allow for powerful search operations. While I do not have a direct answer, I am hoping the following avenues of research will be helpful. First start with Digikam's advanced search feature. Start with Browse->Search and activate the "Advanced Search ..." menu. Select the criteria ...


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After giving it more thought I came up with the following integration idea, which extends the concept of sidecar files and is portable regardless asset type: digiKam displays preview from a sidecar JPG file, which follows sidecar naming convention i.e. asset.ext.jpg. That would provide support for versions as well. In case of raw images that would mean a ...


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You should import the hand copied files into digiKam, then it should write hte XMP files.


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Had the same issue. I just left-click on "Confirm" and that's it. digiKam doesn't seem to like 'Enter' that much.


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Yes. DigiKam will do face recognition of a single photograph so long as you have other ones of the same face with tags to use for reference. The KDE UserBase Wiki outlines the technique and procedure in several languages. You can find their relevant info here:Digikam/Face Recognition


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Updating to version 4.6.0 helped. Now, the preview is also in the import window :) Thanks anyway for your support.


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