As Python environments are becoming more complex due to multiple dependencies, you might encounter cases where one package will conflict with another. A solution is to create virtual environments for different projects, allowing them to install their dependencies without impacting other projects. If you encounter conflicts when installing the toolbox, or if you just want to work in a more contained environment, we suggest you create a virtual environment.
usage: install-toolbox.py [-h] [-u] [-p] [--non-interactive] [--no-install] [-x [EXTRA [EXTRA ...]] | --no-extra] [package]
|package||The package to install. Default is to find one in the current directory.|
install in user mode
Automatically add location to path if needed
Do not ask any question
Don’t do an installation.
Possible choices: aws, azure, legacy
Extras to install with the toolbox genvid-toolbox. Default to [azure, aws].
Default: [azure, aws]
Don’t install any extra.