DeepStream 3.0 over Tx1 GStreamer error

Hey friends,
I’ve been trying to install DeepStream 3 on a Jetson Tx1.
Installed and flashed JetPack 3.3 successfully. Later, I installed the DeepStream as described in the README file. When I tried to run the example stream:

nvgstiva-app -c {HOME}/configs/PGIE-FP16-CarType-CarMake-CarColor.txt

I got warnings of:
(gst-plugin-scanner:10083):GStreamer-WARNING **: Failed to load plugin ‘…/aarch64-linux-gnu/gstreamer-1.0/’ : : cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Also 2 more gst-plugin-scanner warnings regarding libgstnvtracker, libgstnvcaffegie files.

Then got the following errors:
<create_secondary_gie:105> Failed to create ‘secondary_gie_0’
<create_secondary_gie:235> create_secondary_gie failed
<create_secondary_gie_bin:364> create_secondary_gie_bin failed
<create_processing_instace:926> create_processing_instace failed
<create_pipeline:1062> create_pipeline failed
main:384 : Failed to create pipeline
App run failed

Does anybody know what could cause this problem?


Hi nemirovsky.nirel,

The DeepStream SDK 3.0 is for Tesla only, it can’t support TX1/TX2.
Please use the DeepStream SDK 1.5, link:


I wasn’t so clear maybe… I used the download link to Jetson (not Tesla). So the package I have is “DeepStream_SDK_on_Jetson_1.5_pre-release (1).tbz2”

Please install gstreamer1.0-plugins-bad

$ sudo apt-get install gstreamer1.0-plugins-bad

clean cache

2. If the error Failed to create pipeline is displayed, remove the cache files on the Jetson developer kit as follows:
$ sudo rm -rf ${HOME}/.cache/*

and try again.