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ShadySue

« Reply #25 on: March 29, 2019, 06:36 »
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My first thoughts reading the thread was that there is no "security" reference, for the uploaded files, (I believe that exist, no offence)
Why would you just 'believe' that? It was my first thought, and nothing has mitigated the thought.
Not saying it's an issue here, but I don't trust people just because they post, in this case pleasantly, on msg.


« Reply #26 on: March 29, 2019, 06:49 »
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You are right ShadySue, trust online is not given easyto anyone.

but in a public forum, guess I have to keep my posts polite.

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #27 on: March 29, 2019, 16:39 »
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Why do I want free storage? I can understand I want to upload, but after that, I don't need to keep my files on your server? What am I missing?
There are two main use cases.
1. Some contributors (studios, most often) prefer to describe their content in advance and upload it to stock sites by degrees, according to the internal schedule. Of course, until that moment its more comfortable to keep files directly in service.
2. Many people usually keep their data in the cloud to avoid losing it. So, we give our users the possibility to save them content inside the Everypixel DAM storage after uploading on stock sites.

I'll assume anyone who has any business or uploads will want the $34.99 plan (why not just say $35? This isn't a Walmart) which is for how long? Expert plan doesn't have a time limit?
All plans are active for a month.

Thank you

« Reply #28 on: April 09, 2019, 11:35 »
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I just tested it out. In my test of 2 images I think it is surprisingly decent. That is when compared to Google AutoML, Amazon Rekognition and Microsoft Azure. I've test the service of all 3 big tech firms within the last month for auto keywording. As others have pointed out, it is still not as good as a "knowledgable" human would do it. Back when stock photos was more profitable, like back in 2012, I use to send out keywording to be done in India. They speak English there and they wages were cheap, but I'd get questions all the time asking what things were in my photos. Sometimes they didn't understand the context because they didn't take the photo, and sometimes they didn't know what the objects were or didn't know the name in English.

Anyway, keep refining your software. It is only a matter of time before image recognition software is as good as a human.

Uncle Pete

  • Great Place by a Great Lake - My Home Port
« Reply #29 on: April 09, 2019, 12:05 »
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I just tested it out. In my test of 2 images I think it is surprisingly decent. That is when compared to Google AutoML, Amazon Rekognition and Microsoft Azure. I've test the service of all 3 big tech firms within the last month for auto keywording. As others have pointed out, it is still not as good as a "knowledgable" human would do it. Back when stock photos was more profitable, like back in 2012, I use to send out keywording to be done in India. They speak English there and they wages were cheap, but I'd get questions all the time asking what things were in my photos. Sometimes they didn't understand the context because they didn't take the photo, and sometimes they didn't know what the objects were or didn't know the name in English.

Anyway, keep refining your software. It is only a matter of time before image recognition software is as good as a human.

More time than we would guess or what agencies and websites tend to promise.



These six are seen as similar. I had a rejection at another site for similar, when one was a BBQ chicken and the next image was a charcoal fire, similar color orange.  :) I'm not ready to pay AI to do something that has to be cross checked and corrected. Yes I realize it's not perfect, but making almost as much work as saved keyword collections, I'm not ready yet.

« Reply #30 on: April 30, 2019, 05:13 »
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Now, you can attribute files in a few clicks. Literally!

We have updated the Everypixel DAM interface to make the content attribution simpler and faster. Just upload your photos or videos to the system and click on the "Auto keywording" button to automatically match the keywords to the entire content of the folder. Also, you can to keyword every single document and quickly edit them: you need only one click to delete each keyword.

The update affects not only the interface but also the neural network for auto keywording. We've expanded its video recognition capabilities: now it can find from 20 to 49 keywords, depending on the content and duration of the video.

Try it right now: dam.everypixel.com




 

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