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Brazey__Denis
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[VPU] Unsupported network precision : empty string

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Hello,

I am facing a problem when I try to use SSD mobilenet face detection on my C++ program on Myriad X NCS2.

The sample "object_detection_sample_ssd" works fine with Myriad, so the error comes from my custom C++ class.

My C++ program works fine in CPU and GPU mode. I use the FP16 models provided by intel.

 

I get the following message :

[VPU] Unsupported network precision :

Whats surprising is the empty string at the end of the message (no "FP32" for example, as we can see on common forums topics).

Is this error message with empty precision string gives you some ideas to help me ?

 

Thanks :)

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Brazey__Denis
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I finally found my mistake.

My C++ code was correct, but I didn't add the openvino library as in the samples. I was not using the cmake line

find_package(InferenceEngine 1.5 REQUIRED)

but I added so files manually. So its important to follow the samples cmake scripts. 

 

Thanks

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Shubha_R_Intel
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Sorry Denis but I don't understand your question. Can you post some sample code here ?

Thanks,

Shubha

Brazey__Denis
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https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/15J1yv8Cz32j-2J3Rq6x4oZAuUXOtFBe6?usp=sharing

You just have to change a few absolute paths in the CMakeLists.txt.

 

The issue is that I get an error message when I try to infer on Myriad in FP16. I have missed something in my code / openvino integration.

Thanks

 

Brazey__Denis
Novice
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I finally found my mistake.

My C++ code was correct, but I didn't add the openvino library as in the samples. I was not using the cmake line

find_package(InferenceEngine 1.5 REQUIRED)

but I added so files manually. So its important to follow the samples cmake scripts. 

 

Thanks

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