Please help (gstreamer, RTP, Visual Studio) - Episode 1 - Hello AI World Setup (Hello AI World)

Hi there,
Apologies if I have placed this topic into the wrong section, I am extremely new to forums (have never posted a topic before), and if there is an issue regarding this please let me know.

Firstly - I am a Windows user and am using Windows Powershell for headless mode, and am using the Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit

I am currently working on the Hello AI World Course (Section 3 of link:, github: GitHub - dusty-nv/jetson-inference: Hello AI World guide to deploying deep-learning inference networks and deep vision primitives with TensorRT and NVIDIA Jetson.), and have reached around 16 minutes on the first Episode (Episode 1 - Hello AI World Setup), where Network Streaming (RTP) is used in Headless mode to allow the PC to access the camera feed (of the camera connected to the Jetson Nano).

I followed the tutorial yet am not getting the pop up window on my PC. The following is working correctly:

  • The camera is running (as in it is capturing frames) on the jetson nano when I ssh in via Windows Powershell. I also previously used the monitor system with my jetson nano and found that I could see the camera feed
  • I know that gstreamer should be working as I went through the gstreamer link (, and tested the gstreamer separately and found that the pop up windows and correct animations show

Yet I am getting this error when trying to run the g-streamer line on Windows Powershell:

(please let me know whether you can see the above image)

I have tried a number of ports and addresses, yet still am getting this error

I also was going through building the Gstreamer tutorials (link to instructions I am following: using Visual Studio 2022 and am running into a number of errors. (Firstly “include errors”, yet I have fixed these, and now I have the following errors (444 errors in total but here is a summary):

  • E1696: cannot open source file “clutter-gst/clutter-gst.h” (Project: basic-tutorial-15, File: basic-tutorial-15.c) (Note: I have searched both the tutorials I downloaded and the gstreamer and could not find a clutter-gst.h nor clutter-gst folder)
  • LNK2019: ____ (e.g. g_clear_error) referenced in function ___ (e.g. error_cb) unresolved external symbol (Project: many projects (e.g. basic-tutorial-3), Files: many file types (e.g. .obj, .exe)
  • LNK1120: ____ (e.g. 29) unresolved externals (Project: many projects (e.g. basic-tutorial-3), Files: many files (e.g. basic-tutorial-3.exe))
    I have been scrolling the internet for many days now yet have not found a solution

Here is a screenshot of some of the errors:


  • Firstly regarding the line to start the camera feed (which I write when sshed into the Jetson Nano via Powershell): video-viewer /dev/video0 rtp://@:1234 - should the @ be an address from my computer or Jetson Nano (i.e. what I type in to remotely access the Jetson)?
    If it is a PC code, which one should I use?
  • How do I solve the above Visual Studio 2022 errors?
  • Do I need to build the g-streamer tutorials on Visual Studio 2022 for the RTP to work?

Please bear with me as I am quite new to using my Jetson Nano (have only previously completed Getting Started with AI on Jetson Nano Course) and am new to working with g-streamer and Visual Studio 2022.

I would seriously appreciate help/feedback, as I have been staring at my computer screen for a week now and have been searching online to no avail)

Please let me know if you need any further information

Thank you so much

Hi again,
I have run the Dependencies on the plugin that I was missing for gstreamer (gstassrender.dll) and found that I do not have the required file libass-9.dll.

I have searched my entire computer for the file and I do not have it. I have looked online and have not found where I could install the libass-9.dll file.

Could you please advise me where I could get the libass-9.dll file?