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Videos as input to OpenVINO benchmark python tool

swan_m_intel
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Is there a way we can give video as input file (-i) to python benchmark tool instead of images.  https://docs.openvinotoolkit.org/latest/openvino_inference_engine_tools_benchmark_tool_README.html 

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Munesh_Intel
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Hi Swanand,


Video input is not supported for Benchmark Python Tool. For a particular model, use Benchmark Python Tool, using different devices, e.g. CPU, GPU and VPU, different batch sizes, sync or async execution, different number of infer requests or threads, and so on, to find the best configuration that optimizes your inference.


For video input, I would suggest you try using the relevant demos or samples that support video inputs. For example, Interactive Face Detection Demo for object detection, Smart Classroom Demo for action recognition, and Pedestrian Tracker Demo for person detection and recognition, etc.


Regards,

Munesh


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Munesh_Intel
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Hi Swanand,


Video input is not supported for Benchmark Python Tool. For a particular model, use Benchmark Python Tool, using different devices, e.g. CPU, GPU and VPU, different batch sizes, sync or async execution, different number of infer requests or threads, and so on, to find the best configuration that optimizes your inference.


For video input, I would suggest you try using the relevant demos or samples that support video inputs. For example, Interactive Face Detection Demo for object detection, Smart Classroom Demo for action recognition, and Pedestrian Tracker Demo for person detection and recognition, etc.


Regards,

Munesh


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Munesh_Intel
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Hi Swanand,


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Regards,

Munesh


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