Creating file and database collections is a common task and need for every 1:N identification use case. The Trueface Gallery Manager is a simple app that helps you create collections as binary files or database tables to then use in 1:N identification.
The app can also push binary collection files directly to running instances of the SDK using the GalleryListener class.
Double click the .dmg installer, then copy the app to your applications folder.
That's it you're ready to get started using the Trueface Gallery Manager.
Using the app on Linux requires you to install the SDK independently (the app packages the SDK in Mac and Windows so this step is not needed on those platforms):
pip install trueface_wheel_url
You can copy the latest wheel URL from the SDK releases page:
Ensure the app is an executable:
chmod +x TruefaceGalleryManager-Linux.AppImage
Double click the app icon to open the App.
When you run a Visionbox with a shared volume (-v "$(pwd)"/collections:/collections), for example:
sudo docker run --runtime=nvidia -e "TOKEN=<your token>" -v "$(pwd)"/collections:/collections -p 8080:8080 -it trueface/visionbox-gpu:latest
You create a shared volume you can simply drag & drop generated collections to. Alternative you can put the collection in the box with a PUT /collection.
Updated about a month ago