imgseek - Image manager with content-based query
This manual page documents briefly the imgseek command.
imgSeek is a GNU/Linux photo collection manager capable of searching
through an image database, in which the query is expressed either as a
rough sketch painted by the user or as another image you supply (or an
image in your collection) The searching algorithm makes use of
multiresolution wavelet decompositions of the query and database
You simply draw a rough sketch of what you want to find and imgSeek
displays for you a thumbnail view of the best matches. Automatic
thumbnail generation and caching. Using this standard, which is also
used by Gimp, N autilus/Gnome, Rox Desktop, gThumb and others. Query
images similar to one in your collection by double-clicking on it’s
thumbnail. Group your photos by similarity. Edit metadata
(description, camera, lens, etc) for every image, and use them on the
HTML album s generated or for searching photos. EXIF data found on JPEG
files are automatically imported.
Slideshow for a given directory, whole collection or for a chosen group
of similar images. Generate HTML albums for the entire collection, a
given directory or similarity group Advanced keyword searching for
metadata. Organize and browse pictures in groups with an easy drag &
drop interface. Support for multiple volumes of pictures. You may
assign all images on a CD to a given Volume Supported file formats are
jpg, gif, bmp, png, xbm, and pnm Add images to the database from a
directory recursively. User friendly interface that remembers typed
queries and drawn sketches for later usage. Browse images by thumbnail
and view them on a preview window.
This manual page was put together from Steffen Neumann
(sneumann|at|TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE) from the original README by
Ricardo Niederberger Cabral (nieder|at|mail.ru).
Apr 27, 2003