I’m trying to upload an image to the Firebase storage.
I have no problems doing that when uploading a local image, with:
However, in my case the image is a frame from a remote camera, retrieved by using OpenCV, so that I have it as a np.array. I tried using it as in the previous example, but it doesn’t work.
cap = cv2.VideoCapture(remote_camera_address) ret, frame = cap.read() -> frame is a np array storage.child('remote_path').put(frame)
This is returning the error:
raise ValueError('total bytes could not be determined. Please ' ValueError: total bytes could not be determined. Please pass an explicit size.
Clearly, I could save the np array to a local image, upload that image and delete it afterwards, but I was wondering if I could do it in a cleaner way.
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