Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
Tomi_099

HELP US !

Recommended Posts

Hello friends I am looking for a programmer

to helt the  moder in the community.

or a program that can help us a lot .. to know where it is.

The program must be able to write consecutive numbers in the fields.

I wrote this by hand ..

and with about 1500-2500 parts this is a very time-consuming job.

 

if you do it the moder will kiss your feet! :new_russian:

 

 

 

 

2020-11-17 16_14_30-Panther_T213_&1.xcf-10.0 (RGB-Farben 8-Bit-Gamma-Ganzzahl, sRGB IEC61966-2.1, 68.png

Edited by Tomi_099
  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hi!

 

The hardest part of the solution is clearly defining the problem.

 

Some questions:

  1. What is the purpose of this numbering for the final user?
  2. Is the program supposed to find polygons, and all the polygons in the image?
  3. Can you ensure the background color? Is it always black, for instance?
  4. What is the smallest possible size of a polygon that needs to have a number assigned?
  5. Are the sequential numbers assigned arbitrarily, or is there some path or proximity rule to assign them?
  6. What file format are the images originally in?
  7. What file format are the final images suppose to be in?
  8. How many files do you typically need to process in one usage of the program? One at a time, or in batches?
  9. How fast do you need this to run?
  10. When do you need it done?

 

Edited by J2_Bidu
  • Thanks 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thank you for the unexpectedly quick response :good:

! I will try to answer all of your questions ..

if you have any further questions don't be afraid.

I just hope that I understood everything!

 

 

 

1.What is the purpose of this numbering for the final user?
--------
to quickly find and localize the objects on the mod.
to make the grinding homogeneous
-------------
2.Is the program supposed to find polygons, and all the polygons in the image?
---------

Yes !
---------
3.Can you ensure the background color? Is it always black, for instance?
---------

Yes
------------------------------
4.What is the smallest possible size of a polygon that needs to have a number assigned?
------

Arial
8px / unfortunately not readable
so 9px - 12px is suitable
------------------
5.Are the sequential numbers assigned arbitrarily, or is there some path or proximity rule to assign them?
Approximate rule would be that the numbers are concentrated. so an example catch the top left and not jump to the bottom right.

to keep the numbers low, it would be good if you follow a scheme.
example.
1-100
A1-A100
B1-B100
..
Z1-Z100
----
if not sufficient
a1-a100
b1-b100
.....
or
a
1 - a
    1
    0
    0
among themselves
.....................

for the smallest parts
x - xxx (or below each other)
- (-) --- (or under each other)

-------------------------------------
6. What file format are the images originally in?
-----------------
as png they are user-friendly.
the end product is DDS (5)
---------
7.What file format are the final images suppose to be in?

 

DDS
----------
8. How many files do you typically need to process in one usage of the program? One at a time, or in batches?
----
minimal .. approx. 1000
Per picture ..
that depends on the manufacturer who will deliver more mods to us in the future.
---------
9.How fast do you need this to run?
--
speed remains with the developer
-------------
10. When do you need it done?
--
whenever it comes to an end.
it is a great help for the modders.
however, it should be used several times.
for different positions.

 

For the beginning I have attached the Panter REFerenz pictures. :good:

http://www.mediafire.com/view/lvyb6qtzq4u50es/PzB-D_REF%261%231.png/file

 

http://www.mediafire.com/view/pvfsrok7nif13dm/PzV-D_REF%261.png/file

-----------------------------------------------

 

 

EXEMPL

 

2.Is the program supposed to find polygons, and all the polygons in the image?

 

 

A.jpg

 

---------------------------------

 

here the x and (+)  arrangement for very small parts also possible below

x.jpg

B.jpg

 

 

 

---------------------------------

 

vertical arrangement ..if possible! A12

3_LI.thumb.jpg.f0af44c26c608aefd04f2edcace7af3c.jpg

C.jpg

 

 

4.What is the smallest possible size of a polygon that needs to have a number assigned?

 

* 9 px *

2.jpg

 

 

to * 12px *

If numbers fall into a one field like here  .. the 16 / 27 / x16 .. it is not important .. on the contrary, you can define the side .. or it is left or right .. sometimes the poligons are twisted from developper.

doppelt.jpg

 

 

Edited by Tomi_099
  • Like 1
  • Thanks 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hi there! Have been kind of busy but I have began to taken a look at this problem. Can't make any promises, since free time isn't much. I'm mostly a .Net Framework/C# programmer so I will try to address the core of the problem using this technology. The critical thing apparently is the image pattern recognition. I have found a free library which may help solve it. There are secondary issues regarding the appropriate handling of the image file formats you mention, and also the mass handling of the files. But no point worrying about that if the 1st problem is not solved.

 

I'll let you know how it's going.

Edited by J2_Bidu
  • Thanks 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
17 hours ago, J2_Bidu said:

Hi there! Have been kind of busy but I have began to taken a look at this problem. Can't make any promises, since free time isn't much. I'm mostly a .Net Framework/C# programmer so I will try to address the core of the problem using this technology. The critical thing apparently is the image pattern recognition. I have found a free library which may help solve it. There are secondary issues regarding the appropriate handling of the image file formats you mention, and also the mass handling of the files. But no point worrying about that if the 1st problem is not solved.

 

I'll let you know how it's going.

 

 

Hi .. I'm very happy that you started .. do what you can!  :friends:
if it is not a secret,

you can present the source code and your problem here on the communiti ..

I think there are some of your colleges here who can support you ..

only they are a little shy.

 

Ps: And then I could imagine that Jason could have work for you too! ;)

Edited by Tomi_099
  • Haha 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

@Tomi_099, could you please post here a couple non-numbered sample images to process?

Edited by J2_Bidu

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Here's the kind of result I'm getting in my shape detection efforts (which so far means trying to use what the library provides out-of-the-box).

(I grabbed your last image, took out most of the numbers and processed it)

 

Challenges I see: the frontier between shapes does not always consist of a black space; the right place to insert a number is not necessarily the geographical middle of the shape; things like that.

sample.png

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  

×
×
  • Create New...