Difference between revisions of "Using Emgu TF Lite with .Net Core"
(Created page with "== Software requirements == The latest Emgu TF Lite development code contains a Inception.Console.Lite.Netstandard demo that can be run as a .Net Core console application. You...")
Revision as of 13:43, 21 May 2019
The latest Emgu TF Lite development code contains a Inception.Console.Lite.Netstandard demo that can be run as a .Net Core console application. You will need to check out the lastest development code from GitHub to test this
The Inception.Console.Lite.Netstandard demo code depends on Emgu.TF.Lite.Models.Netstandard component, that has a dependency on System.Drawing.Common, which again, has a dependency on native libgdiplus library.
If you are not using Emgu.TF.Lite.Models library in your own project, you can skip this part. You will need to implement your own code to convert the image file to a TfLite tensor.
If you are following the Inception.Console.Lite.Netstandard demo, you will need to install libgpiplus for your platform.
All windows release comes with libgdiplus, no additional action is required.
First, you should install home brew