Commons:Outils d’import

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Il existe plusieurs façons d’importer des médias dans Wikimedia Commons.

Outils intégrés[edit]

Assitant de téléversement (UploadWizard)[edit]

L’outil par défaut, accessible depuis le lien « Importer un fichier » dans le menu de gauche.

Personnalisation possible : licence par défaut dans Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-uploads

Applications de bureau[edit]

Commonist[edit]

Interface de Commonist

Commonist est un programme en Java pour importer facilement un grand nombre d’images dans Wikimedia Commons ou d’autres sites utilisants Mediawiki.

VicuñaUploader[edit]

Interface de VicuñaUploader

VicuñaUploader is a free tool written in Java designed to upload files to Wikimedia Commons and other Wikimedia projects. It is a bit similar to Commonist but has some more functionality and different user interface.

Voir :

Extension pour logiciel de traitement d’image[edit]

KIPI uploader[edit]

A KIPI plugin for digiKam and Gwenview was made for easy upload of larger numbers of images to Wikimedia Commons and other MediaWiki installations.

Applications pour téléphone[edit]

Further information: Wikimedia Mobile Projects

Import sur Commons avec Android[edit]

A free Android app is available for uploading images directly from the mobile phone to Commons. (Android 2.3+ operating system required). The tool can be found at the Market. You may adapt it for your own purposes using the GNU source code from github.

An official Wikimedia Commons uploader app for Android is in development (as of February 2013). Source is available under GPLv2 license.

Import sur Commons avec iPhone[edit]

An official Wikimedia Commons uploader app for iOS is in development (as of February 2013). Source is available under GPLv2 license.

Needed images tours[edit]

Via the Unvisited app.

Outils de transfert[edit]

Import depuis Flickr[edit]

Il existe différents outils pour importer des fichiers depuis Flickr.

  • Flickr upload bot - The standard upload bot. Makes uploading with all the correct info much easier.
  • Flickr2Commons - This one is faster than the main Flickr upload bot (which can move really slowly occasionally and takes more clicks as it requires you to edit the image page), however a [User:Odie5533/F2ComButton TUSC login] is needed here and it adds a bunch of useless and redundant categories (but this one automatically adds geolocation information).
  • F2ComButton - A tool which adds buttons to Flickr to easily upload images yourself or using Magnus's tool.
  • Flinfo - For people who want to upload Flickr pictures by themselves.
  • FlickrLickr - A collaborative vetting process for selecting free (Creative Commons CC-BY) photos from Flickr, improving their metadata, and uploading them to Commons. No longer maintained and no new accounts will be created.
  • Upload Wizard - If you are an administrator or image reviewer, you can import images and photosets from Flickr via the Upload Wizard.

Import depuis d’autres projets[edit]

Commons Helper[edit]

This page will generate code that you can copy and paste when moving an image from a Wikipedia to Commons. Note that you still need to verify the source and only transfer images that have reasonable licenses. You also still need to give the image a category, although the assistant is hooked up to CommonSense, so it can suggest them at the same time. Developed by User:Magnus Manske.

Import par URL[edit]

Le droit d’utilisateurs upload_by_url contrôle seuls utilisateurs peuvent importer par URL via Special:Upload. Pour plus d’informations, voir ici.

Command-line tools[edit]

Il est possible d’utiliser des outils en ligne de commande.

Voir aussi[edit]

  • derivativeFX outil pour aider à l’import d’images dérivées d’autres images sur Commons ;