Google, Naver multiprocess image crawler (High Quality & Speed & Customizable)
pip install -r requirements.txt
Write search keywords in keywords.txt
Files will be downloaded to 'download' directory.
python3 main.py [--skip true] [--threads 4] [--google true] [--naver true] [--full false] [--face false] [--no_gui auto] [--limit 0]
--skip true Skips keyword if downloaded directory already exists. This is needed when re-downloading. --threads 4 Number of threads to download. --google true Download from google.com (boolean) --naver true Download from naver.com (boolean) --full false Download full resolution image instead of thumbnails (slow) --face false Face search mode --no_gui auto No GUI mode. (headless mode) Acceleration for full_resolution mode, but unstable on thumbnail mode. Default: "auto" - false if full=false, true if full=true (can be used for docker linux system) --limit 0 Maximum count of images to download per site. (0: infinite) --proxy-list '' The comma separated proxy list like: "socks://127.0.0.1:1080,http://127.0.0.1:1081". Every thread will randomly choose one from the list.
You can download full resolution image of JPG, GIF, PNG files by specifying --full true
Detects data imbalance based on number of files.
When crawling ends, the message show you what directory has under 50% of average files.
I recommend you to remove those directories and re-download.
sudo apt-get install xvfb <- This is virtual display sudo apt-get install screen <- This will allow you to close SSH terminal while running. screen -S s1 Xvfb :99 -ac & DISPLAY=:99 python3 main.py
You can make your own crawler by changing collect_links.py
As google site consistently changes, please make issues if it doesn't work.