Using Large Icons for Toolbars in IMatch

  If you work with a very large or high-resolution monitor, the size of the standard toolbar buttons may be too small for comfort. You can change the size in two steps to up to 32×32 pixels. Open Edit > Preferences > Application: User Interface. There, change the toolbar size to your liking. IMatch will

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Upgrading from IMatch 3 to IMatch 5

This article explains how to upgrade to the current version of IMatch from IMatch 3.5 or 3.6. Upgrading from legacy versions of IMatch (IMatch 3.4 and older) is not supported. These versions are almost 10 years out of date. 1. Buy IMatch Go to the shop page and follow the instructions given there. The purchase

How do I get support and help for IMatch?

The primary support forum for IMatch is the photools.community. In this community thousands of IMatch users from over 60 countries discuss all IMatch 5 and DAM related topics. If you cannot find an answer using the search function, post a question. Usually you’ll get a qualified response within a couple of hours. You can also

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WIC Support and Codec Availability

What is IMatch? IMatch is a digital asset management system (DAM) for Windows and the Web. See what IMatch can do for you. What is WIC? IMatch supports the Windows Imaging Component (WIC) framework supported in Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and later versions of Windows. Windows WIC enables applications like IMatch to work

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IMatch and NAS Systems (Network-Attached Storage)

What’s a NAS? A NAS unit is a computer connected to your network that only provides file-based data storage services to other computers on the network. There are cheap NAS systems and quite expensive ones. They differ in reliability and performance. Can I keep my IMatch database and image files on the NAS? Yes. IMatch