Get Started With the NVIDIA DeepStream SDK
DeepStream SDK 6.2
DeepStream is a GStreamer-based SDK for creating vision AI applications with AI for image processing and object detection.
DeepStream 6.2 Highlights:
NVIDIA Jetson™: Ubuntu 20.04
NVIDIA Tesla® GPUs (x86): Ubuntu 20.04
Jetson: JetPack: 5.1 , NVIDIA CUDA®: 11.4, NVIDIA cuDNN: 8.6, NVIDIA TensorRT™: 220.127.116.11 , NVIDIA Triton™ 23.01, GStreamer 1.16.3
Note: For JetPack 4.6.1, please use DeepStream 6.0.1. Previous versions of DeepStream can be found here.
If you’re planning to bring models that use an older version of TensorRT (18.104.22.168), make sure you regenerate the INT8 calibration cache before using them with DeepStream 6.2.
You can find details regarding regenerating the cache in the Read Me First section of the documentation. For new DeepStream developers or those not reusing old models, this step can be omitted.
Download DeepStream SDK 6.2
DeepStream 5.x applications are fully compatible with DeepStream 6.2. Please read the migration guide for more information.
DeepStream 6.2 for Servers and Workstations
This release supports NVIDIA Tesla T4 and Ampere architecture GPUs.
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DeepStream 6.2 for Jetson
This release supports Jetson Xavier™ NX, AGX Xavier, and Orin AGX™.
Prerequisite: DeepStream SDK 6.2 requires the installation of JetPack 5.1.
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The Python bindings source code and pre-built wheels are now available on GitHub.
Introduction to DeepStream SDK
Quick Start Guide
Get step-by-step instructions for building vision AI pipelines using DeepStream and NVIDIA Jetson or discrete GPUs.
Introductory DeepStream Webinar
The next version of DeepStream SDK adds a new graph execution runtime (GXF) that allows developers to build applications requiring tight execution control, advanced scheduling and critical thread management
Introductory Jetson and Graph Composer Webinar
Learn how NVIDIA DeepStream and Graph Composer make it easier to create vision AI applications for NVIDIA Jetson.
Find everything you need to start developing your vision AI applications with DeepStream, including documentation, tutorials, and reference applications.
Getting Started with Python
Learn how the latest features of DeepStream are making it easier than ever to achieve real-time performance, even for complex video AI applications.
Get Started Python Application
GitHub Repository Compile and Install
Python Bindings Python Sample Applications
Getting Started with Graph Composer
Learn how NVIDIA DeepStream and Graph Composer make it easier than ever to create vision AI applications for NVIDIA Jetson.
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Webinars and GTC
- GTC 2023: An Intro into NVIDIA DeepStream and AI-streaming Software Tools
- GTC 2023: Advancing AI Applications with Custom GPU-Powered Plugins for NVIDIA DeepStream
- GTC 2023: Next-Generation AI for Improving Building Security and Safety
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- Create Intelligent Places Using NVIDIA Pre-Trained VIsion Models and DeepStream SDK
- Integrating NVIDIA DeepStream With AWS IoT Greengrass V2 and Sagemaker: Introduction to Amazon Lookout for Vision on Edge (2022 - Amazon Web Services)
Forum & FAQ
|NVIDIA platforms and application frameworks enable developers to build a wide array of AI applications. Consider potential algorithmic bias when choosing or creating the models being deployed. Also, work with the model’s developer to ensure that it meets the requirements for the relevant industry and use case; that the necessary instruction and documentation are provided to understand error rates, confidence intervals, and results; and that the model is being used under the conditions and in the manner intended.|