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AttributeError: module 'monitors' has no attribute 'presenter'

astrid24
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Hi,

Tried running object_detection_demo_ssd_async present in python_demos folder under open_model_zoo. I am using the latest version of OpenVINO (2020.4). I am getting the below error:

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Can anyone help please. Thanks.

 

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Mohammed__Nadeem
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Hey @astrid24,

 

There is a folder named 'common' in the python demos directory. Just copy that into the directory of the demo you are running.

Best,

Nadeem

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Mohammed__Nadeem
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Hey @astrid24,

 

There is a folder named 'common' in the python demos directory. Just copy that into the directory of the demo you are running.

Best,

Nadeem

astrid24
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Was able to fix this issue.

There is a folder named common in python_demos under open_model_zoo. It has monitors.py file. This has to be placed in the same folder as the object_detection_code that you're running.

 

 

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