conda create -n tierpsy conda activate tierpsy [#Windows] source activate tierpsy [#OSX or Linux]
conda install tierpsy -c ver228
Do not forget to activate the enviroment every time you start a new terminal session.
On OSX the first time
tierpsy_gui is intialized it will create a file in the Desktop called tierpsy_gui.command. By double-cliking on this file tierpsy can be started without having to open a terminal.
opencvversion available through
conda. If you have problems reading video files or encounter error related with
import cv2, then you can try to install opencv using pip as:
pip install opencv-python-headless
ffmpegversion. Activate the tierpsy enviroment and use the conda-forge channel instead as:
conda install -c conda-forge ffmpeg
Install a C compiler compatible with cython. In Windows, you can use Visual C++ 2015 Build Tools. In OSX, if you install homebrew it will setup the C compiler without the need to download XCode from the appstore.
git clone https://github.com/ver228/tierpsy-tracker cd tierpsy-tracker source create -n tierpsy #[optional] conda install --file requirements.txt pip install -e .
TierpsyTrackerConsole.py was deprecated in favor of using the command
tierpsy_process -h for help.
After installing you can run the testing scripts using the command
tierpsy_tests on the terminal. Type
tierpsy_tests -h for help. Although the script supports running multiple tests consecutively, I would recommed to run one test at the time since there is not currently a way to summarize the results of several tests.