DIVE is a web interface for performing data management, video annotation, and running a portion of the algorithms stored within the VIAME repository. When compiled, docker instances for DIVE can be run either as local servers or online in web services. A sample instance of DIVE is running on a public server at viame.kitware.com.
- video annotation
- still image (and image sequence) annotation
- deep integration with VIAME computer vision analysis tools
- single-frame boxes, polygons, and lines
- multi-frame bounding box tracks with interpolation
- Automatic transcoding to support most video formats
- Customizable labeling with text, numeric, multiple-choice attributes
- Client User Guide
- Client Development Docs
- Server Development Docs
- Deployment Overview
- Running with Docker Compose
DIVE uses Girder for data management and has a typical girder + girder worker + docker architecture. See docker scripts for additional details.
- The client application is a standard @vue/cli application.
- The job runner is built on celery and Girder Worker. Command-line executables for VIAME and FFmpeg are built inside the worker docker image.
DIVE takes two different kinds of input data, either a video file (e.g. .mpg) or an image sequence. Both types can be optionally accompanied with a CSV file containing video annotations. Example input sequences are available at https://viame.kitware.com/girder#collections.
When running an algorithmic pipelines or performing manual video annotation (and saving the annotations with the save button) output CSV files are produced containing output detections. Simultaneously a detection plot of results is shown underneath each video sequence.