does anybody know if it is possible to analyze metadata of picture files (like *.jpg, .bmp) with Content Analytics. I created a text analytic collection and crawler with mixed files (.txt and *.jpg). The crawler finished with all the data (10 documents, 5 txt files and 5 jpg files). Next step I did was parsing and indexing the files. There I got 5 parsed and indexed files (all txt files) but also 5 dropped files (jpg files).
Does anybody know how I can handle the problem to analyze picture files too?
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bfoyle 060001WDQ360 Posts
Re: Question about analyzing pictures with Content Analytics2011-04-06T07:06:30Z in response to andy100What I want to do is analyzing metadata of pictures. Let me giva an example: You have a picture file on your hard disk (maybe test123.jpg) and make a right-click on it. Clicking "properties" and changing to summary tab (advanced mode) (I used a windows system). There are a lot of information like "Title", "Subject", "Author", "Comments" and much more.
To analyze this kind of data I want to crawl picture files (*.jpg), parse and index them and analyze the metadata structure. I don't know if it is possible to do such kind of analytics within Content Analytics?
Mitch DeFelice 0600027BV77 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Question about analyzing pictures with Content Analytics2011-07-12T18:53:04Z in response to andy100Have you tried removing the .jpg extension from the exclusion list?
I noticed when setting up a crawler that there is a edit options to configure an individual windows sub-directory. When editing the sub-directory there is a list of File Extensions to exclude. In that list are .gif & .jpeg extensions.
Re: Question about analyzing pictures with Content Analytics2011-07-13T13:06:27Z in response to Mitch DeFeliceHej Mitch,
thanks for your input. To answer your quesiton, yes I did remove the *.jpg, *.jpeg extension from the exlude list and set them to the include list which I use explicitly. This list only contains *.txt, *.jpg and *.jpeg file extensions to crawl. But the problem of crawling *.jpg or *.jpeg files exists further more.
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK197 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Question about analyzing pictures with Content Analytics2011-08-02T00:42:22Z in response to andy100Here is the link to top page how to configure the document format detection and parser assignment. I believe that you need to configure the parser to accept jpeg image files.
mauriziog 110000D3455 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Question about analyzing pictures with Content Analytics2012-04-06T14:23:05Z in response to andy100I was able to gather and index metadata from image files in omnifind and search for them ;
take a look if this omnifind thread can help you :
bfoyle 060001WDQ360 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Question about analyzing pictures with Content Analytics2012-06-07T14:39:33Z in response to mauriziogI can add some additional information here now that version 3.0 is released.
We've added some additional capabilities for binary image support or some multi-media.
Here is the link to the "what's new in 3.0" page on the infocenter.