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 you are using Docker Desktop on Windows, make sure to check the 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, select an image from 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