Windows openFrameworks project set up to support the OpenPose C++ library
-openFrameworks -CUDA 8.0 AND 9.0 -CUDNN 5.1+ -ofxOpenCV -ofxJSON -K-Lite Codec Pack -(recommended) ffmpeg (for video format conversion)
- clone this repo into the 'apps' folder of your openFrameworks installation.
- run 'setup.bat' to download 3rd party libraries and model files
- navigate to ofxOpenPoseOut/bin/data
- place input video(s) in the input folder. Any video format for which you have a codec installed will work.
- open 'settings.config' in Sublime or Wordpad (notepad does not load newlines and is hard to use).
- change the 'inputVideoPath' property to match the name of your intended video (keep 'input/' prefix)
- set the 'startFrame' property to the frame you'd like to start analysis at (if set to 0, you will start at the beginning of the video)
- set the 'numFrames' property to the number of frames you'd like to capture from the video
- set the 'skipFrames' property to the number of frames you'd like to skip between each capture (0 means no skips -- negative values don't work currently);
- either open the ofxOpenPoseOut.sln file in the base directory and build for x64 Release, or simply run the prebuilt 'ofxOpenPoseOut.exe' located in ofxOpenPoseOut/bin