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Jan Willem B
@janwillemb_twitter
Ok, so the workaround is that I crucify the face? That would be acceptable, because I'm not interested in the face anyway.
Jan Willem B
@janwillemb_twitter
(I admit this play of words works better in german (and dutch), "das Gesicht kreuzigen")
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
At least that's what I do... if you don't know the person, why keep the face? You're not winning a price for having the most random faces in your library ๐Ÿ˜œ
Jan Willem B
@janwillemb_twitter
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It was not clear to me what the cross does. From the docs I understood it was only to remove a "face" that was not really a face.
Maybe it should be mentioned that you can use this also to remove faces you don't want to keep
Jan Willem B
@janwillemb_twitter
(created a pull request)
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
Ideed, it also works for faces that are a face but you don't care about (we wrote the docs when we were happy it detects faces at all)
If you like, you can improve our docs by simply pressing the edit button in the upper right corner and then editing the markdown file (if you know how to format documents with markdown)
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Stocco Matis
@Rush-er
Hello Guys, there is a way to get images marked as duplicate on the feed ?
ATM i have half of my collection marked and this prevent it from being indexed
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Robert Cambridge
@rcambrj
howdy folks, there are several large videos in my photoprism originals directory, I've determined the ones I want to inspect with ncdu but I want to check their contents. Is there a way to do this in photoprism? I don't get any results when searching for their filename in the GUI, despite the documentation saying that this should be possible https://docs.photoprism.org/user-guide/organize/search/ , all the filenames all look like 20190123_153450_E2E6B365.mp4 so the filename itself isn't helpful either.
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deimos
@deimos:kde.org
[m]
where do "keywords" originate? the exif data in the image has no keywords field, but there it is with correct keywords for the image
the labels are blank
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
From different sources such as color detection, location data, and filenames. And of course Exif and XMP if available.
deimos
@deimos:kde.org
[m]
hmm, ok
my loose plan was to use an object detection api to update exif data in the "keyword" field
where objects detected are added to keywords
and then let photoprism do its thing
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
Well, you could search for the keywords but actual object detection includes knowing the position on the image. A keyword doesn't tell you this.
deimos
@deimos:kde.org
[m]
right, but i can tag my images by the objects detected within
and then use photoprism to find all the keywords/tags
such as to find all "blue, subaru" pictures, etc
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
Sure
Labels might be even better for this
They can have a cover image, category and are visible on the Labels page (see FAQ)
deimos
@deimos:kde.org
[m]
but labels don't update image file exif data
i'd like it portable so in 10 years i can still find my images
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
Files are not modified at all right now, it's planned for later as there's always the risk of corrupting them. The YAML sidecar file is updated currently. If there is a label with the exact same name as a keyword, the photo is added to it automatically.
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
Sean
@sean:thrailkill.cloud
[m]
Anyone know how to set up library indexing on a set interval? Somebody apparently doesn't want to use WebDAV for importing new photos. Instead they're just adding them to the originals folder
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
Any job runner will do, make sure to index ideally while there's no activity and files don't change continuously. For example at night.
[job-exec "photoprism index"]
schedule = 0 0 1 * * *
container = photoprism
command =  photoprism index --cleanup
no-overlap = true
Linux Hackerman
@linus.heckemann:matrix.mayflower.de
[m]
I'm enjoying photoprism more and more, rediscovering some great memories while getting my photo collection organised and this wouldn't have happened without it, thank you so much for your work โค
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
Glad to hear that! Seems we're getting closer to our vision ๐Ÿ™
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
Flagged a few more more issues with "Help Wanted", e.g. because we don't have the right hardware to reproduce them: https://github.com/photoprism/photoprism/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+label%3A%22help+wanted%22
uuuu1234
@uuuu1234
Hi there.
I could not find any detailed information o the privacy implications of using the google tensorflow for face recognition.
So how invasive is it?
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tanuva
@tanuva:matrix.org
[m]
As far as I know, thereโ€™s a trained neural network that is part of PP. It analyzes the photos but does not communicate with the outside world in any way. Consider it a local helper program to classify photos or recognize faces.
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
Everything related to analyzing image contents happens on your own computer or server ๐Ÿ‘ only maps are loaded from a cloud server as they are too large and need to be updated frequently
We'll update our docs / FAQs to make this more clear... when people read "Google TensorFlow" they may be confused indeed.
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
Which logo version do you prefer? Left or right?
deimos
@deimos:kde.org
[m]
right
tanuva
@tanuva:matrix.org
[m]
Iโ€˜d even go as far as saying the bright neon prism/triangle would make a great icon ๐Ÿ™ƒ
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]
Probably too much for most, not sure if and where we can use it.
Its colors also bleed on many sites due to compression artefacts. JPEG aggressively removes details from dark images.
tanuva
@tanuva:matrix.org
[m]
Ugh, thatโ€˜s unfortunate :/
Michael Mayer
@lastzero:matrix.org
[m]