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"Batch size should be equal to the number of images" error without explanation in OpenVINO

adammpolak
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I have been trying to run the hello_classification example in my C++ project

 

I have managed to get it to compile and take in the model as well as network.

 

I am now receiving this error: "Batch size should be equal to the number of images."

 

It does not let me know what line in "hello_classification", main.cpp would provide this error, what does it mean?

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adammpolak
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Heads up, I am providing hello_classification the cv::Mat directly in `Blob::Ptr imgBlob = wrapMat2Blob(image);`

 

rather than using `cv::Mat image = imread_t(input_image_path);`

 

(Which means that I am calling `ClassificationResult_t classificationResult(output);` instead of 

`ClassificationResult_t classificationResult(output, {input_image_path});` in step
 
Wan_Intel
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Hi Adammpolak,

Thank you for reaching out to us and thank you for using the OpenVINO™ toolkit!

 

Are you using the latest version of the OpenVINO™ toolkit to run the hello_classification example in your C++ project?

 

Based on the latest version of the OpenVINO™ toolkit, the error you encountered: “Batch size should be equal to the number of images” was caused by the “classification_results.h” file from line 129 to line 131.

 

For your information, a different version of the OpenVINO™ toolkit, the error will be caused by the same file as well. But the lines that cause the error will differ.

 

The “classification_results.h” file is located under the following directory:

<INSTALL_DIR>\inference_engine\samples\cpp\common\utils\include\samples\ classification_results.h

 

Hope it helps.

 

 

Regards,

Wan


Wan_Intel
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Hi Adammpolak,

Thank you for your question.


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Regards,

Wan


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