Incorrect rect_params

Environment details

**• Hardware Platform (Jetson / GPU) = NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060
**• DeepStream Version= 6.0
• TensorRT Version
**• NVIDIA GPU Driver Version (valid for GPU only) = 470.182.03
**• Cuda = 11.4

Detector bounding box is correct in the tiled display (nvosd), but wrong in the appsink.

Using same as mentioned in deepstream-imagedata-multistream, but the meta data is not retrieving from tiler_sink_pad, added an appsink for getting the metadata.

Pipeline is similar to the below one.

Rectangle parameters in Appsink vs Tiler

Could you attach your whole pipline and describe the differences in detail? Thanks

Sorry, I can’t paste the entire pipeline here

OK. Then you can add some simple modifications to our demo to reproduce your problem. Could you update the deepstream to the latest version and try that?

Is there any way to send it privately?

Yes. You can click on my icon and message to me. Please describe the pipeline and problem in detail.
Also, deepstream 6.0 may have some issues. We sugget updating the deepstream version to the latest.

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The code you sent is similar to our c demo sources\apps\sample_apps\deepstream-appsrc-test\deepstream_appsrc_test_app.c. We’ll use our demo code to see if there is similar issues first.

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Hi @samjith888 , if it’s not related to your code, we can continue to discuss it on the topic. I have tried our demo that similar to yours. Although it is C/C++ code, the process is simpler and clearer.
deepstream_appsrc_test_app.c (16.4 KB)
log.txt (3.2 MB)
You can check the log attached. The are similar. So could you try to run the demo I attached to check if there are similar problems in your environment?
Just put the deepstream_appsrc_test_app.c to the sources\apps\sample_apps\deepstream-appsrc-test. Run it with reference to the README file.

Hi @yuweiw ,

The script which you provided is working fine.
Then the issue with the python script.

There is no update from you for a period, assuming this is not an issue anymore. Hence we are closing this topic. If need further support, please open a new one. Thanks

Could you change our demo to Python and give it a try? There is still some additional logic in your code.

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