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#1 was_jaclaz



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Posted 12 February 2009 - 09:27 AM

ImageSorter V3 (Beta 3)

ImageSorter is an image browsing application, which allows an automatic sorting by color, date taken, name, or size.

The idea of ImageSorter is to find images of which you remember how they look but you forgot in which folder they were. If one or several folders are selected, all images from these folders will be visually arranged such that similar images are close to each other. In this sorted display it will be much easier to find a particular image. Selected images can be copied, moved or deleted (right mouse click).
ImageSorter does cache thumbnails and sortings, therefore after images have been loaded once, everything will be much faster.


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#2 Nuno Brito

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Posted 12 February 2009 - 10:48 AM

Nice, I do forget quite often where I leave the images for artwork.. :poke:

#3 rawr


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Posted 12 February 2009 - 10:51 AM

cool , on first glance this looks
similar to

Experimental Colr Pickr


after digging a little deeper
and finding

Paper about ImageSorter 3.0: MMIU_2008_Barthel.pdf

@ http://mmk1.f4.fhtw-...er/Download/en/

In this paper we propose a new image search
system using keyword annotations, low-level visual metadata and semantic in-
ter-image relationships. The semantic relationships are learned exclusively from
the human users’ interaction with the image search system. Our system can be
used to search huge (web-based) image sets more efficiently. However, the
most important advantage of the new system is that it can be used to generate
semi-automatically semantic relationships between the images

its workings seem to be a little more complex

also the down load page has me wandering

why there's separate download's for 'Windows 2000' and 'Windows XP/Server2003/Vista'

#4 TheHive


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Posted 13 February 2009 - 06:16 AM

Freaking cool and usefull! Thanks!

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