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If you are putting together a training dataset for classification or object detection, you may need to create a uniformly distributed random selection of image crops from your image data.

The following pipeline helps you to do it. It picks random images, cuts 4 random patches of size 300x200 from each of them, and saves them as png files in the current directory.

(Note: index parameter in file=png,,index is required, because otherwise the filenames for the patches cut out of the same image would have different filenames.)

> cat your-image-data.bin | cv-calc thin --rate 0.01 | cv-calc random-crop --width 300 --height 200 --count 4 | cv-cat "file=png,,index"

See cv-calc --help for more configuration options.

 

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