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Not sure where the captured camera image is stored locally or cached? Can I extract the image from a file path?
def main(): """A simple ID wine""" #Title of the app st.title("wine BAKER app with streamlit + Camera Preview") st.subheader("streamlit is :fire:") img_file_buffer = st.camera_input("一二三,🍆 ") if img_file_buffer is not None: # To read image file buffer with OpenCV: bytes_data = img_file_buffer.getvalue() cv2_img = cv2.imdecode(np.frombuffer(bytes_data, np.uint8), cv2.IMREAD_COLOR) # Check the type of cv2_img: # Should output: <class 'numpy.ndarray'> st.write(type(cv2_img)) # Check the shape of cv2_img: # Should output shape: (height, width, channels) st.write(cv2_img.shape) #st.image('cv2_img') #how to save captured camera input image """with open(cv2_img.name, "wb") as f: f.write(cv2_img.getbuffer()) st.success("File Saved")""" image = Image.open('cv2_img') st.image(image, caption='Cheese', use_column_width=False)
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