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A quick walk through of using HyperLabel from start to finish in 5 easy steps
We know you're eager to start labeling your data so we made this quick start guide that covers the basics! For more in-depth feature guides explore the topics on the left, or use the search bar above. If you run into any issues don't hesitate to let us know at: [email protected].

1. Launch HyperLabel & Login

If its your first time launching HyperLabel on your machine; sign into your account or create a new one by selecting "Don't have an account?"

2. Create A Project & Add Data Source

Organize you data sets by creating a project
  • Click "Create Project"
  • Give the project a name
  • Click "Next"
  • Select what type of data source to add
  • Name & Link data source (Setup details vary by data source type)
This example shows connecting a local data source

3. Create Label Definitions

  • Type label name in "Name*" form
  • Select label type from "Type*" dropdown
  • Select label color from "Color*" menu
  • Click "Create" button
  • Repeat as needed for multiple labels
Sample labels are included. Remove them by clicking the trash-bin icon
This example shows creating a rectangle label

4. Label Images

  • Select desired label from panel (Top label is selected by default)
  • Apply Label to Image (Application will vary by label type)
  • Click "Submit" button
  • Repeat for each image
See Labeling Data for more about the labeler navigation & shortcuts
This example shows rectangle labeling for object detection

5. Review & Export Labels

  • Click the "Review" tab
  • Click "Export Labels"
  • Select desired format for export
  • Select or de-select desired label types to export
  • Click "Export Now"
  • Choose folder path to save labels at
A notification will pop up when the export is finished
This Example shows exporting to Pascal VOC format
Your data is now ready to use in your own project!
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1. Launch HyperLabel & Login
2. Create A Project & Add Data Source
3. Create Label Definitions
4. Label Images
5. Review & Export Labels