[digiKam-users] Face Tags Not Listed
mick at sulley.info
Thu Sep 24 22:25:54 BST 2020
I don't think that is the problem. The same face tag works fine for
earlier pics, but for the later ones it shows as a box around the face
as expected, but it does not get listed for that person in People tab or
in Tags > People tab, but earlier pics with that person do show in
both. I see all people in the list in the People tab. I did try your
suggestion and it made no difference.
I have just added a new person tag in a recent pic and that worked as
expected, so it seems that something just needs resetting but I have no
I am mystified!
On 24/09/2020 21:58, Maik Qualmann wrote:
> Only tags that are set as face tags are displayed in People view. Usually when
> tagging faces and creating new tags for faces, this property is automatically
> assigned. In the People view, however, it is also possible to delete this
> property again.
> Go to the normal tag view and right-click to see whether you can add the
> facial tag property to the people tag (option is then available in the menu).
> Now the tag should also be displayed in the People view.
> Am Donnerstag, 24. September 2020, 20:18:55 CEST schrieb Mick Sulley:
>> Yes the face regions are there, I can see them in the preview and if I
>> look at the metadata the region info is there as well. Also I just
>> checked the database for one of the pics and ImageTagProperties has the
>> tagRegion data.
>> What else can it be?
>> On 24/09/2020 17:13, woenx wrote:
>>> It is most likely that the tags (keywords) are written into the metadata,
>>> but there are no "face regions" associated with those tags. In theory
>>> these are separate entities, but digikams treats them as one if they
>>> match in name.
>>> Basicaly some pictures have your granddoughters tagged on them, but there
>>> is no rectangle pointing their face stored in the image. You would need
>>> to detect faces again for those pictures (right click, Scan for faces).
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