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How to Use Image Analyzer
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The Image Analyzer feature allows you to find the potentially illicit images falling under the following categories: Drugs, Gore, Porn, Swim underwear, Extremism, Weapons, and Suspicious.

 To use the Image Analyzer during the sorting, do the following:

1. Make sure that E3 Image Analysis Boost package is activated.

2. Select a folder where you want to perform sorting.

3. Right-click and select Sort Data from the Content Analysis sub-menuor on the Evidence tab, in the Content Analysis group, click Content Analysis and then click Sort Data.

4. The Content Analysis wizard opens.

5. Select the Image Analyzer Options page.

6. On the Image Analyzer Options page, select the Use Image Analyzer check box.

7. Set the Engine sensitivity rate. Increasing the engine sensitivity decreases the number of false positives (non-illicit images being placed in the wrong category) and vice versa.

8. To use the file filter, select the Use file filter check box. If this check box is selected, then only files of the defined size will be checked by the Image Analyzer. Define the file size in Kb in the corresponding boxes (From-To).

9. To use the resolution filter, select the Use resolution filter check box. If this check box is selected, only images of the defined size will be checked by the Image Analyzer. Define the vertical and horizontal image resolution in pixels in the corresponding boxes (From-To)

10. After defining all the settings, click Finish.


11. After the sorting process is completed, the graphic files will be sorted into nine categories in the Sorted Files pane: Drugs, Gore, Porn, Swim underwear, Extremism, Weapons, Suspicious, Clean, and Skipped.

12. To view images sorted with the help of Image Analyzer, select the Image Analyzer Results node in the Sorted Files pane.

13. Click the Image Analyzer category. The list of the images is displayed in the Data View pane and the images are displayed in the Thumbnails viewer to the right of the Data View pane.

14. Select an image in the Data View pane and view it in the File viewer.

15. In the File viewer, use the File viewer toolbar to rotate and zoom the image.

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