DeepStream 6.2 is now available for download!
The latest release adds:
- Support to latest NVIDIA GPUs Hopper and Ampere.
- New DeepStream Multi-Object Trackers (MOTs)
- REST APIs to control DeepStream pipeline on the fly
- Adds support for LIDAR
- 15 new dewarper projections
- … and many new features. Check the documentation for details.
We found an issue when building python bindings by script user_deepstream_python_apps_install.sh in 6.2-devel docker, please use the below command to install the prebuilt wheel:
./user_deepstream_python_apps_install.sh -v 1.1.6
The fixed script will be posted on the Python repo
Hello, Im trying to find the mention script in the repo, but I couldnt. Is not posted yet?
Additionally, I found that there are a lot of nvidia elements that doesnt appear in gstreamer. For example. I compared gst-inspect-1.0 in 6.1-devel and 6.2-devel (left and right, respectively)
for instance, there is no nvstreammux.
Did you run script “user_additional_install.sh” in the docker? This script and “user_deepstream_python_apps_install.sh -v 1.1.6” are both in directory “/opt/nvidia/deepstream/deepstream-6.2” of the docker.
In case you still have question, please submit a new topic, thank you.
I did that, and was unable to find nvinfer etc.
Please file a new topic with setup information and logs for the issue that you hit, thank you.
we can t build nvenc (1.16.3 ) with this last Video Codec SDK 12.1 release.
hello, Im starting a machine vision project with the jetson nano utilizing DeepStream. My jetpack version i have # R32 (release), REVISION: 7.1, i tried installing jetpack version 4.6.1 to be able to use DeepStream version 6.0.1. As i understand this combination of versions is required to be able to run DeepStream in the jetson nano. has there been any updates that i am able to use later versions of DeepStream for the jetson nano or am i on the right track?