What is Live Portrait Client?
Live Portrait Client is a containerized executable which enables validating various features offered by Live Portrait Microservice. The client expects that a Live Portrait server is running. Supported GPU is required to run this command line client application.
Live Portrait client supports the Linux x86_64 architecture.
Before you can use client application, ensure that you meet following prerequisites:
- Ensure you can access and are logged in to NVIDIA NGC. For step-by-step instructions, refer to the NGC Getting Started Guide.
- Verify that you can access to an NVIDIA Turing™ (preferred is T4) or to an NVIDIA Ampere (preferred are A10 and A100) or to an NVIDIA Ada Lovelace (preferred are L4 and L40) Architecture based GPU.
- Install Docker with support for NVIDIA GPUs.
|Docker version later than 19.02 with nvidia-docker installed is required. For non-DGX users, Docker verion 19.03 or later is required.
|Helm(for kubernetes deployment)
|Helm charts 3.x
Running Live-Portrait Client
Testing the Microservice using Live-Portrait Client Application section in
Live Portrait Quick Start Guide(under Resources) for instructions on running the client.
Please refer the
Live Portrait User Guide(under Resources) for a more detailed documentation.
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