Differences between streammux and new_streammux

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I am curious about the major differences between old_streammux and new_streammux in DeepStream. Specifically, I am wondering if, in the old version of streammux, all cameras (for example, 4) had to be set to the same frame rate (fps), and in the new version, can each camera have different fps, allowing for independent streaming tailored to the fastest camera?

The two nvstreammux plugins are similar. The biggest difference is that the new streammux can’t accept videos with different resolutions. The second difference is that the new nvstreammux can handle audio batch.

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The relationship of the input videos’ FPS and nvstreammux/new nvstreammux, please refer to DeepStream SDK FAQ - Intelligent Video Analytics / DeepStream SDK - NVIDIA Developer Forums

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