[Tutorial] Computer Vision on Mac

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Re: [Tutorial] Computer Vision on Mac

Postby MrTSmitty » Thu Nov 25, 2021 6:33 pm

Which Razer Ripsaw do you have? I hav an Elgato HD60 but it wont work. I heard you need an HD60+, but if the RipSaw works I'd get it.
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Re: [Tutorial] Computer Vision on Mac

Postby Licardo » Mon Jan 10, 2022 6:37 am

MrTSmitty wrote:Which Razer Ripsaw do you have? I hav an Elgato HD60 but it wont work. I heard you need an HD60+, but if the RipSaw works I'd get it.


I now use a ROG TUF Gaming capture card, it works fine!
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Re: [Tutorial] Computer Vision on Mac

Postby Licardo » Mon Jan 10, 2022 6:51 am

Ne0 wrote:to install opencv python using pip , i have to open terminal and type "pip install opencv-python" ?


Yes
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Re: [Tutorial] Computer Vision on Mac

Postby Licardo » Mon Jan 10, 2022 6:54 am

Jackfun wrote:Hello,

this is my python path: "/Users/giacomo/miniforge3/envs/py38/bin/python", which is a Conda environment. Anyway Gtuner seems not able to detect the python executable (see attachment screenshot). I use this same path in several other applications so I don't understand why it doesn't work.

Any idea?

Thanks.


Your python is just a link file, look at the little arrow on the left-bottom. You need to find the origin python file like mine.
I used homebrew to install python.
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