I apologize for the delayed reply.
Anipose is only setup to run in batch mode, over a whole group of videos rather than a single one. If you’d like to just analyze one video then it’s easier to use DeepLabCut directly.
For analyzing a group of videos, once you’ve placed them in some folder structure (presumably they are organized in some way when recording), you may run any of the anipose commands.
For instance, to run DeepLabCut on a whole set of 2D videos, you may do:
anipose --config path/to/config.toml analyze
…where you would replace the
path/to/config.toml part with the actual path to your config.toml file.
If you’re in the same directory as the config.toml file, you may run
anipose analyze directly and it will detect the config file automatically.