19.2  Sub-Directory
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19.1  File Input 
19.2  Sub-Directory  
19.3 Segment File 
19.4 Database Input 
19.5 Segment Database 
19.6 AVI to Images 
19.7 Live Video to Images 


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19.2   Sub-Directory Input

The default search source is Directory Input only. If the directory has sub-directories, the ImageFinder will not search through the sub-directories.

To search through the sub-directories, use the Sub-directory Input option.

You can specify sub-directory source either in Figure 19.1, or in Figure 19.2.

  •    In Figure 19.1, select the third option for File Input.
  •    In Figure 19.2, keep clicking the Mode button and the setting will switch from one to the next.

Example. Sub-Directory Input:

  •    Start the software;
  •    Select option, “Sub-directory”;
  •    Click the Source Button, and select file, “.\input_subdir\1001A.jpg”;
  •    Click the “F” button in Figure 19.3 to see the first image, and click the “>” button to see the next image.


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