SimpleLabel is a image labelling tool designed to simplify the task of labelling targets (or regions of interest) on image sequences while providing simple and intuitive user interface. At the moment SimpleLabel supports only rectangular regions and uses linear interpolation to create intermediate marked regions.
Developed by Eugene Simine at York University, Toronto in Laboratory for Active and Attentive Vision (http://jtl.lassonde.yorku.ca) headed by John K. Tsotsos.
Windows binaries can be obtained from here.
Extract the archive and run
SimpleLabel.exe. Note that it requires Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86) to be installed.
We do not offer pre-built Linux and Mac binaries. In case you use one of those platforms please build from source.
Development is mainly done on Windows 7, MS VisualStudio 2010. Major releases are tested on Ubuntu.
- Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86)
- Windows (XP, Vista, 7)
- Linux (Ubuntu 10.04)
- OS X (in theory)
win_config.bat. That will create MSVS project.
In case you get a compilation error, try the following:
- Open the SimpleLabel project
- Go to:
Project->Properties->Configuration Properties->General->Target Name
- There will be a number appended to value, should look something like this "SimpleLabel1"
- Delete that number. The Target Name should have value "SimpleLabel"
- Click OK
- Compile the project
$ qmake SimpleLabel.pro $ make $ ./SimpleLabel