I’m trying to run driveworks-0.3/tools/sample_object_tracker on a custom .prototxt
However despite what the documentation at driveworks/doc/nvdwx_html/dwx_object_tracker_sample.html indicates, --caffemodel
and --prototxt options are not outputted by ./sample_object_tracker --help.
Furthermore, when trying to convert my .caffemodel
to a tensorRT_model with ./tensorRT_optimization I receive the error
could not parse layer Slice
There is documentation for this layer at http://caffe.berkeleyvision.org/tutorial/layers/slice.html but
I’m supposing that this layer isn’t supported by Driveworks currently?
Could you please try to run the sample with below command?
$ ./ sample_object_tracker --caffe_prototxt= --caffe_model=
$ ./tensorRT_optimization --prototxt= --caffemodel= --outputLayers=layer name(like coverage,bboxes)
Hi SteveNV, thanks for your reply.
$ ./sample_object_tracker --caffe_prototxt=<path to my caffe prototxt file> --caffe_model=<path to my caffemodel file>
I get exactly the same terminal and video output as
When I run
There does not seem to be any option associated with .caffemodel or .prototxt input, as I stated in my previous post.
When I run
./tensorRT_optimization --prototxt=<path to my caffe prototxt file> --caffemodel=<path to my caffemodel file> --outputLayers=bboxes
ProgramArguments: Missing required arguments: "outputBlobs", e.g.
So I tried
./tensorRT_optimization --prototxt=<path to my caffe prototxt file> --caffemodel=<path to my caffemodel file> --outputBlobs=bboxes
and I get
Initializing network optimizer on model <path to my caffe prototxt file> with weights from <path to my caffemodel file>
could not parse layer type Slice
Error: Provided network could not be parsed.
as I stated in my previous post.
Could you please try to re-run after delete “Slice” in your caffe prototxt file?
I think it seems “Slice” has some different in the file. Thanks.
I have the same problem like yours.
Have you find the solution yet?
Did you test with the latest DPX2 PDK version?
Could you please let us know more detail info like PDK version, using command, error log, etc? Thanks.