You can pull the images locally via the local webservice:
That is the best method, because it will work in the future even if we change storage mechanisms.
If you want to grab the images directly from the storage system, you can do that as well, although it’s not the best way. The images are stored as JPEG data inside a rolling LMDB database. This is much more efficient use of Disk IO compared to storing the raw files. I have attached two scripts you can use to inspect and retrieve images from these LMDB databases. They’re indexed by time (epoch milliseconds).
lmdb_utils.tar.gz (667 Bytes)
We have also open sourced the code we developed for the rolling storage database, in case the code is useful: