Content filter


posted on 26th of april, 2011

I have 9 images of a rodeo event. This image, which is the first to be approved on April 19, has no views, while the other 8 images, which were approved 2 to 4 days later, have anywhere from 11 to 26 views. Upon further investigation, I found that the content filter of this image is YES, while the other images is NO. What is content filter? and how do I turn it off?

Thanks,
Gary

Comments (6)

Posted by Uptall on April 26, 2011
that's good you find the reason finally.
and it's useful.
Posted by Solidsdman on April 26, 2011
Ok, I just called Dreamstime and I got an answer: The content filter is automatically triggered by specific keywords. For example, the word "nude" or "violent" would trigger the content filter to be YES. I would guess an inspector could also enable the content filter if they feel the image warrants it.
Posted by Solidsdman on April 26, 2011
Let's try this again...how do you change the content filter for a particular image? There is no edit icon for it on the edit image page. Thanks for the compliment, by the way.
Posted by BCritchley on April 26, 2011
It's like an 18+ filter, if you don't want to see nudes etc leave it on if you turn it off you will have access to all that is for sale on DT. Great images by the way, I wish you many sales :-)
Posted by Solidsdman on April 26, 2011
Thanks for the reply, BCritchley, but what is it for? What does it do? I suspect it does impact views since this image is the only one of this series with Content filter ON and no views. How do I change it?
Posted by BCritchley on April 26, 2011
Your content filter is in your management area and is either on or off. This determines what you see and does not effect your images for sale or individual files. Hope this helps?



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