my question is - can one use stream data from a Video Capture Box and connect it to a DeepStream docker container?
In my case it is AverMedia AVerMedia CU511B
(USB 3.0 Capture Box CU511B│AVerMedia )
Such Video Capture Boxes (VCBs) are mainly used to get video signal from old VGA / DVI ports and allows to write them into files, watch them, etc.
I tested that VLC video player, for example, can connect to this device and show resulting videostream. But there is no ip:port or link to connect to Deepstream as an rtsp stream (I don’t even now if the video stream is rtsp in fact). Does anyone has experience with such setups and how to connect such a device’s output to DeepStream?
The platform is dGPU (RTX 2080 TI), Ubuntu (regular stationary PC, basically)
DeepStream Version - 5.1
TensorRT Version (default in official DS 5.1 Docker container)
NVIDIA GPU Driver - 460.80.
Issue type - Question
Any of the version of the drivers and/or DS are optional, I can install new ones if required. I can even buy Jetson if dGPU on a regular PC kind of setup doesn’t work.
My question is really a bit general in that sense - can i connect DS to such types of devices for real-time inference of video streams?