I'm afraid your best bet may be to make them by hand.
There are import options. If you go to the help, you can read
about a way to put the images in a folder, add a comma-separated
values text file with the names of the image files, and then
zipping it up. This format is called 'studyarch', and you can read
more in the help pages. But it depends on how comfortable you are
doing those things.
Even if you can import the JPEGs, you still may need to edit the
notes, to add questions or whatever. Import would only give you
one-sided study notes.
If you are prepared to share your images with me, I could
probably use a script to generate a studyarch file that you can
import and send it back to you.
To see how I did it, you just have to change the file extension from ‘studyarch’ to ‘zip’, and then you can double click to unpack.
In short, the steps are:
1. Setup the folders that you see when you unpack. You need Archive, Groups, Ungrouped, Images
2. Copy your images into the Images folder
3. Add a text file to the Images folder called Data.tsv
4. In that file, add the line
5. After that first line, paste all the filenames of the images
6. Zip the Archive folder by right clicking and choosing ‘Compress’
7. Change the file extension from ‘zip’ to ‘studyarch’
I’ve added it to the feature request list.
Not sure how many people want to have cards with just an image though, and if you are going to add text or a question, it is probably just as easy to drag in the image at the same time.
Glad it worked for you in any case.
Is there a way to import images into one-sided flashcard, while importing image file name on the second side?
import file name on the second side, and content put in brackets on the first side together with image, like image title, or head/footnote?
In this case, I will save my images (for medical students) as:
Diagnosis (clinical history).jpg
so that Diagnosis will go on the second side and clinical history as a footnote on the first side.