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DeepFaceLab Explained and Usage Tutorial
#21
(10-31-2018, 05:33 AM)dpfks Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.
(10-31-2018, 05:18 AM)WankMaster Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Are there any Prerequisite installs that need to happen for this to work? Like Python or Cuda 9 ?

I'm getting a error:
"You have no capable GPUs. Try to close programs which can consume VRAM, and run again."

I'm using a RTX 2080ti, so doubt very much i'm using to much vram.

Wow, I wish I had that GPU!

There are no prereqs required. The download should include an all-in-one package. Which step are you getting this error?

Also make sure your drivers are uptodate.
Step 4 - Doesn't matter if it DLIB or MT

Nividia drivers are up to date  Sad
#22
(10-31-2018, 05:18 AM)WankMaster Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Step 4 - Doesn't matter if it DLIB or MT

Nividia drivers are up to date  Sad



Sorry, I'm not sure what the problem is. Seems like it's too new and not compatible with this app. Maybe test the Faceswap app? Or try installing DeepFaceLab from scratch following instructions from the original Github: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.

It might be a CUDA issue too.
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#23
I'm trying to get this running on a 780 (wish I had that 2080ti Sad)
I'm onto extracting faces and I get this error

Performing 1st pass...
Traceback (most recent call last):
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\main.py", line 182, in <module>
   arguments.func(arguments)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\main.py", line 42, in process_extract
   manual_window_size=arguments.manual_window_size)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 420, in main
   extracted_rects = ExtractSubprocessor ([ (x,) for x in input_path_image_paths ], 'rects', image_size, face_type, debug, multi_gpu=multi_gpu, manual=False, detector=detector).process()
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\utils\SubprocessorBase.py", line 92, in process
   for name, host_dict, client_dict in self.process_info_generator():
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 77, in process_info_generator
   for (device_idx, device_name, device_total_vram_gb) in self.get_devices_for_type(self.type, self.multi_gpu):
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 67, in get_devices_for_type
   devices = gpufmkmgr.getDevicesWithAtLeastTotalMemoryGB(2)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\gpufmkmgr.py", line 157, in getDevicesWithAtLeastTotalMemoryGB
   handle = nvmlDeviceGetHandleByIndex(i)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\pynvml.py", line 807, in nvmlDeviceGetHandleByIndex
   _nvmlCheckReturn(ret)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\pynvml.py", line 310, in _nvmlCheckReturn
   raise NVMLError(ret)
gpufmkmgr.pynvml.NVMLError_Unknown: Unknown Error


My GPU has 3GB of vram with about 2.5GB free so it should work.
This happens when running any extraction bat (IE steps 4 & 5)
Any help would be appreciated.
#24
(11-01-2018, 04:25 AM)AWildRando Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.I'm trying to get this running on a 780 (wish I had that 2080ti Sad)
I'm onto extracting faces and I get this error

Performing 1st pass...
Traceback (most recent call last):
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\main.py", line 182, in <module>
   arguments.func(arguments)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\main.py", line 42, in process_extract
   manual_window_size=arguments.manual_window_size)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 420, in main
   extracted_rects = ExtractSubprocessor ([ (x,) for x in input_path_image_paths ], 'rects', image_size, face_type, debug, multi_gpu=multi_gpu, manual=False, detector=detector).process()
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\utils\SubprocessorBase.py", line 92, in process
   for name, host_dict, client_dict in self.process_info_generator():
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 77, in process_info_generator
   for (device_idx, device_name, device_total_vram_gb) in self.get_devices_for_type(self.type, self.multi_gpu):
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 67, in get_devices_for_type
   devices = gpufmkmgr.getDevicesWithAtLeastTotalMemoryGB(2)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\gpufmkmgr.py", line 157, in getDevicesWithAtLeastTotalMemoryGB
   handle = nvmlDeviceGetHandleByIndex(i)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\pynvml.py", line 807, in nvmlDeviceGetHandleByIndex
   _nvmlCheckReturn(ret)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\pynvml.py", line 310, in _nvmlCheckReturn
   raise NVMLError(ret)
gpufmkmgr.pynvml.NVMLError_Unknown: Unknown Error


My GPU has 3GB of vram with about 2.5GB free so it should work.
This happens when running any extraction bat (IE steps 4 & 5)
Any help would be appreciated.

Did you try all the different extraction options like "all GPU" ? I have no idea what the issue is =/ Try also moving it to just D:\ and running the app from there.
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#25
(11-01-2018, 07:17 AM)dpfks Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.
(11-01-2018, 04:25 AM)AWildRando Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.I'm trying to get this running on a 780 (wish I had that 2080ti Sad)
I'm onto extracting faces and I get this error

Performing 1st pass...
Traceback (most recent call last):
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\main.py", line 182, in <module>
   arguments.func(arguments)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\main.py", line 42, in process_extract
   manual_window_size=arguments.manual_window_size)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 420, in main
   extracted_rects = ExtractSubprocessor ([ (x,) for x in input_path_image_paths ], 'rects', image_size, face_type, debug, multi_gpu=multi_gpu, manual=False, detector=detector).process()
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\utils\SubprocessorBase.py", line 92, in process
   for name, host_dict, client_dict in self.process_info_generator():
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 77, in process_info_generator
   for (device_idx, device_name, device_total_vram_gb) in self.get_devices_for_type(self.type, self.multi_gpu):
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 67, in get_devices_for_type
   devices = gpufmkmgr.getDevicesWithAtLeastTotalMemoryGB(2)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\gpufmkmgr.py", line 157, in getDevicesWithAtLeastTotalMemoryGB
   handle = nvmlDeviceGetHandleByIndex(i)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\pynvml.py", line 807, in nvmlDeviceGetHandleByIndex
   _nvmlCheckReturn(ret)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\pynvml.py", line 310, in _nvmlCheckReturn
   raise NVMLError(ret)
gpufmkmgr.pynvml.NVMLError_Unknown: Unknown Error


My GPU has 3GB of vram with about 2.5GB free so it should work.
This happens when running any extraction bat (IE steps 4 & 5)
Any help would be appreciated.

Did you try all the different extraction options like "all GPU" ? I have no idea what the issue is =/ Try also moving it to just D:\ and running the app from there.

I tried all the bat's for the step and they all give the exact same error. Moving to the root of D drive didn't help either. Sadly it's a show stopper until I can get past this.
#26
Help, I was training for about 2 days and when I check my computer to convert to h128 this error came.. Whats the problem?

Loading model...
Error: invalid load key, '\x00'.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\DeepFaceLab\DFL\DFL\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Converter.py", line 38, in model_process
model = models.import_model(model_name)(model_path, **in_options)
File "C:\DeepFaceLab\DFL\DFL\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\models\ModelBase.py", line 50, in __init__
model_data = pickle.loads ( self.model_data_path.read_bytes() )
_pickle.UnpicklingError: invalid load key, '\x00'.
#27
I saw people getting the same error with deepfacelab.. I wonder if all deepfacelab users encounter the same error.. i keep on looking for fix but havent seen yet.
#28
(11-01-2018, 07:25 AM)AWildRando Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.
(11-01-2018, 07:17 AM)dpfks Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.
(11-01-2018, 04:25 AM)AWildRando Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.I'm trying to get this running on a 780 (wish I had that 2080ti Sad)
I'm onto extracting faces and I get this error

Performing 1st pass...
Traceback (most recent call last):
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\main.py", line 182, in <module>
   arguments.func(arguments)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\main.py", line 42, in process_extract
   manual_window_size=arguments.manual_window_size)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 420, in main
   extracted_rects = ExtractSubprocessor ([ (x,) for x in input_path_image_paths ], 'rects', image_size, face_type, debug, multi_gpu=multi_gpu, manual=False, detector=detector).process()
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\utils\SubprocessorBase.py", line 92, in process
   for name, host_dict, client_dict in self.process_info_generator():
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 77, in process_info_generator
   for (device_idx, device_name, device_total_vram_gb) in self.get_devices_for_type(self.type, self.multi_gpu):
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\mainscripts\Extractor.py", line 67, in get_devices_for_type
   devices = gpufmkmgr.getDevicesWithAtLeastTotalMemoryGB(2)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\gpufmkmgr.py", line 157, in getDevicesWithAtLeastTotalMemoryGB
   handle = nvmlDeviceGetHandleByIndex(i)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\pynvml.py", line 807, in nvmlDeviceGetHandleByIndex
   _nvmlCheckReturn(ret)
 File "D:\Downloads\temp\DeepFaceLab\_internal\bin\DeepFaceLab\gpufmkmgr\pynvml.py", line 310, in _nvmlCheckReturn
   raise NVMLError(ret)
gpufmkmgr.pynvml.NVMLError_Unknown: Unknown Error


My GPU has 3GB of vram with about 2.5GB free so it should work.
This happens when running any extraction bat (IE steps 4 & 5)
Any help would be appreciated.

Did you try all the different extraction options like "all GPU" ? I have no idea what the issue is =/ Try also moving it to just D:\ and running the app from there.

I tried all the bat's for the step and they all give the exact same error. Moving to the root of D drive didn't help either. Sadly it's a show stopper until I can get past this.

Managed to fix the issue, but at a cost. I had to remove my older secondary GPU. Sucks because that gave me an extra 1GB of VRAM to use for the desktop while deepfakes were happening.
#29
Btw, my problem already solved. I just re-install everything.. but wasted my 2 day training.
#30
tbh i would drop the "clear workspace" bat or put somekind of confirmation, I lost a lot fo work because of lack of attention and running the bat lul
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