Duplicate Image Finder In Asset Bank

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You can use the Duplicate Image Finder to locate duplicate images in your Asset Bank. The duplicates are found based on pHash comparison. You can decide which duplicate images should be marked as original and delete other duplicate images. Currently, there is no option to resolve or ignore duplicates.

Learn about duplicates during upload to Asset Bank and upload to Waiting Room.

Note: if you filter the assets through Smartfilter, the search will be for those filtered assets but within the whole DAM. 

How to Enable the Duplicate Image Finder

Contact your Customer Success Manager to learn about this feature and any associated costs. 

 

 

Use Duplicate Image Finder In Asset Bank

  1. Navigate to the Asset Bank.

  2. Click Screenshot 2023-12-12 at 1.43.01 PM.pngon the toolbar Screenshot 2023-12-12 at 1.42.59 PM.png

    • You can also find duplicates from a search query or after filtering your Asset Bank. 

  3. In each row, you will see a set of images, with their asset title, description, and tags, that are considered duplicates. 

  4. The first image displayed is considered the original image, but you can click Make Original for a different image to update this.

    a. The original image is chosen based on most pixels (width * height). If they are all the same, it ranks on the ‘date uploaded.’

  5. To delete a duplicate, click trash.png beneath the image or choose Delete all duplicates (#) to delete all non-original images.

  6. Currently, metadata is not merged with the original image, so if you decide to delete a duplicate, its metadata gets deleted as well.

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  • Duplicates are found based on pHash (perceptual hash) comparison. When you run the duplicate image finder, the hashes are compared, and if they are the same, these images are considered duplicates

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