Tag requirements for different data types
A correct set of tags should be specified in metadata when adding files to the system folders so that the analyzers would process them correctly.
Tags for video files
Following tag types should be specified in the system for video files
- A tag to identify the data type of the video:
- A tag to identify the orientation of the video:
- orientation_portrait - portrait orientation;
- orientation_landscape - landscape orientation.
- A tag to identify the action on the video:
- video_selfie_left - head turn to the left;
- video_selfie_right - head turn to the right;
- video_selfie_down - head tilt downwards;
- video_selfie_high - head raise up;
- video_selfie_zoom_in - face movement towards the camera;
- video_selfie_zoom_out - face movement away from the camera;
- video_selfie_smile - smile;
- video_selfie_eyes - blink;
- video_selfie_scan - scanning.
Example of a correct tag set for a video file with the action “zoom in”::
"video1": [ "video_selfie", "video_selfie_zoom_in", "orientation_portrait" ]
Tags for photo files
Following tag types should be specified in the system for photo files:
- A tag for selfies:
- photo_selfie - to identify the image type as “selfie”.
- Tags for photos/scans of ID cards:
- photo_id - to identify the image type as “ID”;
- photo_id_front - for the photo of the ID front side;
- photo_id_back - for the photo of the ID back side.
Example of a correct tag set for a “selfie” photo file:
"photo1": [ "photo_selfie" ]
Example of a correct tag set for a photo file with face side of an ID card:
"photo1": [ "photo_id", "photo_id_front" ]
Example of a correct set of tags for a photo file on the back of an ID card:
"photo1": [ "photo_id", "photo_id_back" ]