Picsellia allows you to create your
Annotation by importing your own Annotation file on an existing
Picsellia natively handles the following Annotation formats:
- Pascal VOC
More documentation about those formats is available here
From the Assets overview, you can click on Annotations > Import to open the Annotation files import modal.
From this modal you must indicate:
- The format of the Annotation file
- The expected behavior of the
Annotationcreated by your user (keep existing
Annotation, replace with new
Annotation, concatenate new and existing
- The files containing
Annotationrelated to the images composing the current
- The behavior if you import a Segmentation Annotation file, knowing that Picsellia can import those Annotations as Polygons or Bounding Boxes.
If the files contain
Annotation of images that are not part of the DatasetVersion, Picsellia will simply ignore them and only import the
Annotation related to images that are part of the current
Then you just need to click on Import and the Annotation will be created on your
DatasetVersion. You can now visualize through the Assets overview the
Shapes and Metadata)
No need to setup
DatasetVersionDetection Type and
As the Detection Type and the
Labelmapare contained in the Annotation files, they will be automatically setup on your Picsellia
DatasetVersionduring the import. For sure, after the import you can still create manually additional
Once imported the
Annotation can still be modified directly on Picsellia using the integrated Annotation Tool.
Annotation Tool documentation is available here.
At any moment you can export the
Annotation of all the
Asset of an annotated
DatasetVersion. You can choose the format of the
Annotation you are about to export among COCO, PascalVOC, and YOLO.
To do so, you can click on Annotations and choose the Annotation format. The file will be generated by Picsellia and downloaded on your machine. The Annotations export process can take several seconds depending on the
DatasetVersion size so please be patient.
In case an
Asset has more than one
Annotation, it is the one displayed in the Details view that will be exported, meaning either the one in status Accepted or the most recently updated one.
Personnalize the Annotation export
For more customzation in the export of
Annotation, you can use the Python SDK
Updated 26 days ago