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  • Finding best matching image

    This may be a complete long shot, but is there a good way to find the "best match" given an input picture to a directory of images?

    A little background. I am doing a screen capture of a portion of the screen and I want to find out which "image" is being displayed. The captured area will be one of about 400 different images.

    I need to find out which this is. To add even more to the problem, it would be ideal if this could be done from the command line.

    Any guidance would be appreciated.

  • #2
    Sorry, Beyond Compare doesn't provide a way to search a directory of images for a best match to a single image.

    Image comparison in the current version is limited to a pair of files at a time using the Picture Compare.
    Chris K Scooter Software

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    • #3
      I figured as much. I'm assuming I could use a script that would generate a report for all comparisons and then read the output of all of the reports

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      • #4
        Scripting can be done on a file level (2 files), a folder level (2 folders, showing file names), or load two folders, select a specific criteria of files (different.files) and generate the file level report on all of the selected files.

        For the later, a basic example would be:
        load "c:\folder1" "c:\folder2"
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        select all.newer.files all.older.files all.different.files
        file-report layout:side-by-side output-to:"c:\bcreport.html" output-options:html-color


        We have additional script documentation in the Help file -> Using Beyond Compare -> Automating with Script chapter.
        Aaron P Scooter Software

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