Sending Frames to an external device using Ethernet

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We are using the SIPL framework to acquire frames from the camera. We want to send the acquired frames to an external device through ethernet. Are there any examples or documentations that would help up do that.
Any help would be greatly appreciated

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Hi @d.baykeda
Please refer to this topic. Thanks.

Hi @VickNV ,
Thanks for you help! I looked at the the topic you mentioned and it is different from what we want to do.
We initialized and started the sensor using the SIPL frame work. We passed the frames to our object detection algorithm, now we want to send the output to an external device for logging and data collection. We want to send the camera data (frames) through ethernet.
What is the best approach to make this work? or What is the best approach to save camera data (frames) to an external device?

Hello @VickNV ,
Are there any updates to my inquiry?

Please see if this suits what you’re looking for.
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