I a working with Openvino on Windows 10 with Visual Studio 2015.
The Openvino library binaries can be obtained
- by downloading binaries directly through the installer
- by compiling the source code from Github
It seems that the binaries in the installer are compiled with the \MD option. Its a problem for integration in my project which is in \MT (I get memory errors if I use the \MD libe in my \MT project). Where can I find the libraries in \MT ?
If I compile the library by myself from the source code, I won't be able to use the Myriad stick, since this part is not open source.
Did I miss something ?
Thanks for your help :)
Dear Brazey, Denis,
you have considerable flexibility in how you build your Windows OpenVino if you use the open source dldt github:
Also Visual Studio 2015 is old. 2017 is already being phased out. It may behoove you to upgrade your Visual Studio version.