Label imagesThis function labels multiple images.
In the dialog shown here, you can either select multiple files or specify a folder name to label all images in that folder (including subfolders). You can only include certain types of files in that folder by giving the file extension. For example, to include all jpg files, use "jpg"; to include all jpg as well as bmp files, use "jpg;bmp"; to include all jpg files and exclude all bmp files, use "jpg;-bmp"; to include all but bmp files, use "-bmp". Leaving the extension box blank will include all files (same as "*.*").
Labels are stored in a text file. Each line of the text file contains labels for each image. You need to specify the horizontal position (left, center or right) and the vertical position (top, center or bottom) for each label. Multiple labels are separated by ";". You can specify the text file name in the "Text file" edit box.
The following example draws two labels on one image. The first one is "2006.05.07" on the top-left corner and the second is "Congress Center (Graz)" on the bottom-right corner. The labels should be:
left,top,2006.05.07;right,bottom,Congress Center (Graz)
After you click the "Label" button, you can choose the font type, size and color of the labels. The following figure shows the labeled results of the above example.
The labeled images are saved in the folder that you specified in the "Save to folder" edit box.
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