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• Hardware Platform (Jetson / GPU) Jetson xavier
• DeepStream Version 6.2
• JetPack Version (valid for Jetson only) 5.1-b147
• TensorRT Version 8.5
• NVIDIA GPU Driver Version (valid for GPU only)
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I have a multi-source pipeline and I want to assign each source a different probe . For instance stream-1 to be assigned people counting probe and stream-2 to be assigned car detection probe.
I know i get can the source_id in probe function and make sure that each probe only consider a specific source_id . But I wanna know is there any other way to do that ?
Could you attach your whole pipeline and the place where you want to add the probe function?
What I am trying to do is i have a model that can detect both car and person . For each input source the user can define what kind of application he wants run. For example for source-1 he can run people detection and source_2 car detection , he can also decide to run all the applications in one input source. I have two different probe for each of them because the logic of the two application are different .
I have implemented two probes for each application at the tiler and use the frame.source_id at the probe to ignore the frame from source that are not supposed to run a specific application . I don’t think this is the best way to implement this kind scenarios .
I dont think also having a parallel pipeline is optimal because I have only one model .
Here is my pipeline :
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There is no better way for your scenarios. If the detection object type is the same one time, source-1 and source-2 run the same detection, it can also be controlled through the following parameters
operate-on-class-ids. But in your scenarios, the detection objects of two sources may be different, You can only filter that in the probe function yourself.
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