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Locating Models After Pip Install of Openvino

theweb
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I have successfully installed the openvino developer kit using pip. I can't find where the models are stored.  I can get a listing of all the models using "omz_downloader --print_all". My question is what location is omz_downloader using to locate the models?

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Zulkifli_Intel
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Hello theweb,

 

Thank you for reaching out to us.

 

Before you can find the model location, you need to download the model in the first place. The omz_downloader --print_all command will show the available models from the OpenVINO Open Model Zoo (OMZ).

 

There are two types of OMZ models, Intel, and the Public models.

 

Here is the example command to download the Intel model:

omz_downloader --name <model_name>

omz model.PNG

Here is the example command to download and convert the Public model:

omz_downloader --name <model_name>

omz_converter --name <model_name>

omz public.PNG

 

The model directory will be shown when the model is successfully downloaded. 

 

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Zulkifli_Intel
Moderator
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Hello theweb,

 

Thank you for reaching out to us.

 

Before you can find the model location, you need to download the model in the first place. The omz_downloader --print_all command will show the available models from the OpenVINO Open Model Zoo (OMZ).

 

There are two types of OMZ models, Intel, and the Public models.

 

Here is the example command to download the Intel model:

omz_downloader --name <model_name>

omz model.PNG

Here is the example command to download and convert the Public model:

omz_downloader --name <model_name>

omz_converter --name <model_name>

omz public.PNG

 

The model directory will be shown when the model is successfully downloaded. 

 

Zulkifli_Intel
Moderator
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Hello theweb,


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Sincerely,

Zulkifli


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