If for some reason, you prefer not to use Plate Recognizer Installer, you can go through the steps below to manually install Stream with Docker.
Create a folder for the Stream application and folder storage. This is where all output files will be stored as /user-data/. For example:
Install Docker and make sure Docker is running.
If using Docker Desktop on Windows with the legacy Hyper-V backend and not WSL2, make sure to check this box (next to C) for Resource File Sharing and the click “Apply & Restart”.
Open up CMD Command Prompt
In Command Prompt, run the following command:
docker pull platerecognizer/alpr-stream
If you are running Stream on Nvidia Jetson devices, run the following command.
docker pull platerecognizer/alpr-stream:jetson
If you want to use a specific version of the software, set a tag. For example,
platerecognizer/alpr-stream:jetson-1.28.1-r32.6.1. To see the whole list, open our image on Docker Hub and then click "Tags".
- Intel x86
- Intel x86 built for Thailand
- Intel x86 built for Germany
- Nvidia Jetson (with GPU)
- Nvidia Jetson (with GPU) built for Thailand
- Nvidia Jetson (with GPU) built for Germany