- Getting started
- Batch editing
A Preset is just a set of keywords with a unique name. You can create these sets via Edit -> Presets menu.
As you can see on the picture above, it’s dead simple. Preset “Mountains” has 9 keywords and it belongs to the group “Nature”. That’s all.
Preset can be marked as temporary - that is available only during current session in Xpiks. It can be useful if you’re working with a very specific files that presets are useful for, but you’d prefer to automatically cleanup presets.
To create preset you just click “Add new” and fill in what is needed:
And what you can do with preset is to insert it into keywords in a number of ways.
You can create preset directly using some file’s keywords. You can find “Create a preset” in the context menu for keywords.
You can keep presets in the menu sorted by changing a Setting in the UI section. Note presets on the left are sorted while presets on the right have the same order as when created.