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AWS Rekognition


Blitline support for Amazons Rekognition Service. Through AWS Rekognition you get get valuable information about faces and items inside an image.


AWS Rekognition is able to identify (with a certain percent of accuracy) the items that are present inside an image


http://docs.aws.amazon.com/rekognition/latest/dg/detect-labels-console.html


AWS Rekognition is also able to identify faces as well as information about the faces that are present in a image.


http://docs.aws.amazon.com/rekognition/latest/dg/detect-faces-console.html


You can get this information from your Blitline processed images simply by adding “detect_faces” or “detect_labels” to your base JSON.


The resulting JSON will contain the metadata from AWS about those images.

PRICING:


Blitline will add +10 seconds onto any job that uses the “detect_faces” or “detect_labels” option in the json (or 20 seconds for BOTH). So, for example if your blitline job would typically take X seconds, but you added “detect_labels”: true, it would now be billed at X+10 seconds (even though it only took X seconds to complete processing).


How do I use it?


Just add the “detect_faces” or “detect_labels” option to your root JSON.


  {
      "application_id":"YOUR_APP_ID",
      "src":"https://s3.amazonaws.com/img.blitline/skysmall.jpg",
      "v" : 1.22,
      "detect_labels" : true,
      "functions":[
          {
              "name":"resize_to_fit",
              "params":{
                  "width": 400
              },
              "save":{
                  "save_profiles" : true,
                  "image_identifier":"MY_CLIENT_ID"
              }
          }
      ]
  }


See an example here:

Example: https://www.blitline.com/v3/home/gist?gist_id=e91abd18aaa0731a66ff97c24d6eee0e