In the fifth video of our Computer Video Annotation Course, we will take a deep dive into the world of CLI and its many uses in video annotation. We'll start by providing an overview of what CLI is and when it can be useful.
CLI allows you to interact with a computer by typing commands into a terminal or command prompt, rather than using a graphical user interface (GUI). This can be especially useful when working with large datasets, automating tasks, or running tasks on a remote server.
Next, we'll walk you through the installation and setup process for CLI, including instructions on how to install the CVAT package and set up the environment to run it.
Once you have the environment set up, we'll provide demonstrations of how to run various commands (with parameters) in CLI and what the responses will look like.
All concepts are explained with practical examples and real-world use cases, making it easy to understand and apply what you learn in this video to your video annotation projects.
You can find more information on ourr YouTube channel