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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    What GPU are you using?
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    I have mine setup with clones. I find it much easier than single camera setup (and it doesn't use any additional resources in BI). Works well like this (at least for me). I find single camera will generate too much junk in BI (alerts).
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    Already replied here https://ipcamtalk.com/threads/tool-tutorial-free-ai-person-detection-for-blue-iris.37330/post-496000
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    Found it - thanks. I might give it a try and see how it goes
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    @Tinbum Will be able to put a dummy guide for compiling from github? That's one area I don't have much experience in and I will like to shorten the wait for new versions by being able to compile myself
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    My BlueIris server is like - using the Samsung NVME for OS, Intel DC S3710 800GB SSD (write intensive it will last me a minimum of 15 years) for 1st drive where BI records 24/7 and generates the alert files (it also has the BI DB and files) - then I have spinning drive where I archive BI...
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    I believe is all to do with the individual components. I use Samsung 970 Pro NVMe M.2 1Tb for my virtual servers (OS drives) and spinning disks (7200prm) for Data drives. It gives my next to 0 latency.
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    I am using a separate virtual Ubuntu for deepstack I login to my Ubuntu server and issue this command (replace deepsatckai with your container name) sudo docker logs -f deepstackai I posted a few pages back my configuration...
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    Wow faster indeed!!
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    Which one is much faster? deepstack:latest or deepstack:cpu-x5-beta?
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    Thanks. The results are good but on par with my threadripper results. I expected XXms with the stick and not XXXms. I think I have to delay my plans to get a pi4 and the NCS2. Is this actually the NCS2? Is it plugged into the USB3 port? Another member posted some results a while back. They...
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    Can you please post some logs from Deepstack showing the ms you get? Thanks
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    Here are my response times (docker running with the LOW attribute for DeepstackAi). Total bitrate for my cameras in BI is 8300 kB/s [GIN] 2020/08/20 - 06:56:36 | 200 | 788.594562ms | 192.168.0.179 | POST /v1/vision/detection [GIN] 2020/08/20 - 06:56:37 | 200 | 914.015632ms |...
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    For docker running on Linux. I have it running once a week. When a new docker container is released it just updates it - I don't have to do anything. containrrr/watchtower
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    [tool] [tutorial] Free AI Person Detection for Blue Iris

    Guys I think I had the same issue (see the first 2 pages of this thread). I could never sort it out. Ended up running Deepstack on a separate virtual server (with docker) and never had any issues since then. As a last resort (if anything else doesn't fix your issues) and you have no access to...
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