[Digikam-users] Face recognition thoughts

Henrique Santos Fernandes sf.rique at gmail.com
Sun May 3 02:52:51 BST 2015


I am not sure if you found this, but you can take a look! It's about
unconfirmed faces!

I wish i could use more thisfeatures, i dont use pretty much cause of

The other problens you talked about, i have not encounter then as i dont
feel like using it.. i just do manual taq for now...

Em sáb, 2 de mai de 2015 às 18:37, Roger Mårtensson <
roger.martensson at gmail.com> escreveu:

> Hello all!
> Have been trying out you Face Recognition feature for some versions now
> and am currently testing version 4.9 (on Windows).
> It's getting better and better. This is the most stable version I've
> used so far. Seems you've found most of the bigger bugs making it crash.
> Now I'm noticed some things I wonder about. Maybe you know if it is a
> known problem or I'm just doing something wrong.
> This is when using the face recognition in the People tab on the left
> side of the window.
> When scanning to detect new faces I mark some pictures as a "Not a
> Face". But when I rescan again the pictures pop up again.
> Shouldn't then be hidden?
> When "Recognizing faces" the recognized faces are moved to a tag. But
> how can I easily view those faces that are unconfirmed?
> There doesn't seem to be any visual aid pointing out which faces I need
> to confirm except when hovering over it. That gets rather tedious when I
> have many faces on a tag. A nice addition would be to show number of
> unconfirmed faces in the "Peoples tab (tag list)" and a way to filter
> out so you only see those faces.
> When detecting faces it adds new faces and the number of "faces" found
> is updated on the Tags to the left (People).
> But when Clicking the "Not a Face"-button it doesnt seem to decrease the
> number. The same problem seems to be when hitting the "-" button in the
> when Confirming.
> Your,
> Roger
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