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Wil

France
7 Posts

Posted - Jan 09 2020 :  09:03:23  Show Profile  Reply
Hello,
I'm looking for an example of face recognition on videos (like the demo for an image). The only examples I see are with a camera. Do you have a solution? Thank you.

ali

Iran
54 Posts

Posted - Jan 12 2020 :  10:53:31  Show Profile  Reply
Hi

Also I want to recognation in live video for first time with good quality webcam.

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Ali Abbasi
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xequte

4927 Posts

Posted - Jan 12 2020 :  21:22:22  Show Profile  Reply
Hi

I'm afraid there is not a full demo for that at this time, but take a look at the demo:

Demos\IEVision\TrackObjects\TrackObjects.dpr

Which shows face detection and tracking in a live video. You should be able to modify that.



Nigel
Xequte Software
www.imageen.com
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ali

Iran
54 Posts

Posted - Jan 13 2020 :  12:09:20  Show Profile  Reply
Dear Nigel

I tested it and it sample is not useful.
We want to face detection and recognation face for example in live video if show my face then in top of my face show 'Ali Abbasi' and if in live video show your face them a top of face show 'Nigel'.
We want to face recognation and face detection is not complete.
I am sure it is very useful for many developers.
Please see in the attachment file.

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Ali Abbasi

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Wil

France
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Posted - Jan 14 2020 :  07:43:02  Show Profile  Reply
For my part I would like to use a film to capture several faces. The examples you provide seem to work only with a computer camera and I don't see how to modify the sources to adapt them to a video. Thank you for your help.
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