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Error on devcloud jupyter notebook object tracking on local

AlbertA0789
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Hi I am trying object tracking jupyter notebook from devcloud and since it says "Before importing vaspy, environment variables LD_LIBRARY_PATH and PYTHONPATH need to be set. LD_LIBRARY_PATH should specify the VAS shared libraries directory and PYTHONPATH should specify the vaspy shared library directory". So I use os.environ to change it like below

os.environ['LD_LIBRARY_PATH'] = '/home/hp/Downloads/video-analytics-serving-master'
os.environ['PYTHONPATH'] = '/home/hp/Downloads/VASPy-master'


from vaspy import hd as HD
from vaspy import ot as OT
from vaspy.common import *

print("Imported VAS modules")

 

but then I receive error as below:

ImportError: cannot import name 'hd' from 'vaspy' (/home/hp/anaconda3/envs/Python_3_7/lib/python3.7/site-packages/vaspy/__init__.py)

 So I check the vaspy library and I found out there is indeed no HD and OT in the library. Is the vaspy library is a modified version? If it is can you tell me where I can find it? Thanks

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JesusE_Intel
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Hi AlbertA0789,

Thanks for reaching out, you should not need to modify the Jupyter notebook to get the sample to work. Please make sure section 4.2 Import VAS contains the next 4 lines of code and ensure you have selected the correct Kernel (OpenVINO 2020.3.1 LTS).

from vaspy import hd as HD
from vaspy import ot as OT
from vaspy.common import *

print("Imported VAS modules")

From the Jupyter Notebook vasp_object_tracker_video

  1. Select Kernel from the top menu
  2. Click on Change kernel
  3. Ensure Python 3 (OpenVINO 2020.3.1 LTS) is selected
  4. Restart the kernel from the top menu (Kernel -> Restart) or click the reload icon

Regards,

Jesus

 

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JesusE_Intel
Moderator
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Hi AlbertA0789,

Thanks for reaching out, you should not need to modify the Jupyter notebook to get the sample to work. Please make sure section 4.2 Import VAS contains the next 4 lines of code and ensure you have selected the correct Kernel (OpenVINO 2020.3.1 LTS).

from vaspy import hd as HD
from vaspy import ot as OT
from vaspy.common import *

print("Imported VAS modules")

From the Jupyter Notebook vasp_object_tracker_video

  1. Select Kernel from the top menu
  2. Click on Change kernel
  3. Ensure Python 3 (OpenVINO 2020.3.1 LTS) is selected
  4. Restart the kernel from the top menu (Kernel -> Restart) or click the reload icon

Regards,

Jesus

 

JesusE_Intel
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