IVCAM v0.5 is a free utility that I made that allows you to do the following with your Intel RealSense F200 camera:
- Read and write camera and laser projector settings.
- Display depth, XYZ (color coded), or IR streams in real time while you are changing those settings.
Requirements are either:
a) Laptop with a built-in RealSense F200 camera
b) Computer with the following:
- 32 or 64 bit Windows 8.1 or Windows 10.
- DCM installed (to use the USB version of the F200 camera).
This is how it currently looks:
You can download it from here:
Maybe it loads an earlier version of the SDK when using win8 compatibility?
Could be a possibility.
In fact I didn't have an F200 but before ordering the SR300 I installed the SDK R5.
And when I got the SR300 I have updated to the latest R6 version.
this looks all a bit strange, since I can use IVCAM v0.5 together with the SR300 without starting it in compatibility mode. It works as well for me as it did with the F200. It does not crash (as long other programs are not using the SDK at the same time) and the changes to the parameters get accepted and are immediately noticeable.
Some days ago I deinstalled all runtimes and all sdk installations and installed the latest sdk and runtime (188.8.131.5228).
This Information is very useful.
Also I just started with the SR300 cameras and had a small issue.
Thank you for all the Support.
Help would be highly appreciated as I am a Student who has just entered this Domain.