Looking to see if your imagery is being used online without authorization? Or you are looking for more larger, and cropped versions of the image. The web service below can help you find out where your images scatter on the web.
TinEye is a reverse image search engine.You can submit an png, jpg or gif image to TinEye to find out where it came from, how it is being used, if modified versions of the image exist, or to find higher resolution versions. It does not recognise objects or persons in an image, it recognizes the entire image, and some altered versions of that image. The similar plugin has been developed for Firefox, Chrome, IE, Safari and Opera.
- Smarter Google Image Search
Google is also set to offer a search-by-image feature. User can drag and drop, upload, or copy and paste that image into the search box. Once the image is placed into the search box, the service delivers results related to the picture.
Face.com scan photos and detect all faces appearing on them, recognize and automatically match names to all faces. With it, you can find photos of yourself and your friends that you never knew existed on Facebook.
Yahoo! Video allows you to find millions of videos from across the Web. You may want to search video only in Yahoo! Search. But there are so many results on the result page that you can't find your video quickly. This guide will show you how to find video from across the web with Yahoo! Search.
Creating an image of your disk or partition is the best way to protect your data from disk failure or accidental deletion of personal files. Incremental images only store the changes made since the last base image. To restore an incremental image, you need the last complete image as well as all the following images recording any changes. In this tutorial I’ll take you through the steps to Update disk image and create incremental backup with R-Drive Image.
Creating an image of your disk or partition is the best way to protect your data from disk failure or accidental deletion of personal files. Differential images compare present data with the last complete image and store only the changes. The first "successive" image after the complete image is always a differential image. To restore a differential image, you will need both the complete image and the differential image. In this tutorial I’ll take you through the steps to Update disk image and create differential backup with R-Drive Image.
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