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Reuse face recognition library in Lightroom on another PC?

Face recognition is stored somewhere in the LR catalog, which is just a regular SQLite database.
Here's a related question about editing the LR catalog database.

Theoretically, you could back up the original catalog, find the correct table (s) in the catalog database, isolate the relevant rows, and copy them to the new database.

However, there is no database documentation and the tables refer to each other across different columns. All these references should match, otherwise the catalog will be considered damaged.

If you succeed, please share the method and documentation here 🙂

To speed up Lightroom face detection

I use Lightroom (Windows) to tag all my pictures using face recognition. However, I have 80,000 pictures and it is very slow progress. When you look at Task Manager, it seems to process an image and then leave the CPU idle for 8 or 9 seconds. Any ideas what the bottleneck could be? Or what to speed it up? I suspect LR just does not have a good face recognition pipeline (like queuing images or parallelizing processing).

My images / lrcatalog / cache are all on a large NVME SSD. Below is a screenshot of Task Manager. After I found that the GPU matched the CPU, I disabled GPU usage just in case the transfer of data from the CPU to the GPU caused problems but did not help. The C drive is the primary drive with all the data.

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How does face recognition with different frame rates work in Sony 7Alpha RIII?

I have a Sony Alpha 7R III. I am a little confused. If I register 1080 (because I want to do slow motion) with a frame rate of 100 (video), the camera does not recognize the faces. If I set to 50 frames then it recognizes the faces. Also the face registration does not work with 100frame. If I want to register a face, do I have to keep the frame at 50, or am I missing something?

Data Structures – How Do You Identify Unlimited Face Given DCEL?

I have a DCEL using the in How do I create a double connected edge list with a series of line segments? Described procedure created.

This will correctly identify all faces. However, I have difficulty finding a way to identify the infinite face surrounding my chart.

So far, my only idea is to find the face polygon that contains all the others by creating a polygonal representation of each face, but this seems somehow chaotic.