Face Recognition - Scanning faces results -> keep pictures in list until manual refresh & bulk set and confirm face
aegoreev at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 17:59:21 BST 2017
For item #1 I would suggest using people sidebar in left panel.
People - Unknown - tag one picture with "Stefan" and then digikam will
remember Stefan for all items after that. Click on all images with Stefan
one by one and click on the accept button. Then do same for a different
person ( tag on pic with e.g. John and then click on Accept under each
For item #2, try to use Lazy synchronization. Settings - Metadata -
Behavior tab. In that case digikam won't sync until you click on the sync
icon in the bottom bar. It will also sync when you close digikam.
On Mon, Oct 16, 2017 at 6:35 AM, Stefan Mueller <stefan.mueller.83 at gmail.com
> may I haven't discovered the corresponding in some sub menue yet but two
> things driving me crazy.
> 1. It's seems not possible to bulk change the person tag of recognized
> faces easily and confirm all of them. Currently I mark several pics, where
> it's wrong that trying to hoover the mouse properly above a thumbnail and
> hope that the person tag field appears. Than I type in the name and press
> enter. That is more fiddling around with the pics than a quick and easy
> confirmation of recognized faces.
> Is there any possibility to e.g. select faces via the context menu and
> get them confirm in the same instant, adding person tag doesn't work that
> 2. When I change and/or confirm a recognized face it disappear
> immediately from the *Unconfirmed *collection (same in other
> collection). As digiKam takes a moment to refresh the collection and
> thumbnails moving up and down until all non relevant photos are disappeared
> I've already confirmed some face tags accidentally although the tag is
> Is it possible to prevent auto-refresh and have it be done by the
> users themselves?
> May you can even add a timer what shows up in the process bar what
> will auto refresh if some users prefer to see all happening automatically.
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