Open .bag file
I have recently bought Intel realsense LiDAR L515 camera in order to perform some test in the company. Since we are using the device to record and capture the scenes, so in order to view the recorded video we are facing problem in accessing the video file which is in .bag file and is being carried out in windows. We would be happy if we get an helping hand to come out this issue.
Hello Zulkifli Halim,
Thank you for reply.
Need a confirmation about realsense L515 camera.
In order to run the recorded video in windows system,
is there any requirement to have the knowledge about programming language
and does the programming language necessary to view the recorded video.
Because I don’t have knowledge about any programming language.
Is there any requirement of software to view the recorded video as it is in .bag file.
or is there any way to convert the file so that any one can go through the video.
You should have the RealSense SDK installed (in case they don't already) and you can use the Convert tool to convert .bag files to the above formats. You do not necessarily need to have knowledge about programming languages to do this.
The .bag files contain uncompressed and unfiltered data and hence tend to be rather large (in the order of 100 MB per one second of recording). RealSense data can be exported in or converted from one format to another, they include:
- raw (image)
- ply (3D data such as point clouds)
- bag (a 'rosbag' file recording, typically containing 2D data)
- png (image)
- csv (tabular data suited to databases and spreadsheets)
- bin (depth matrix)
The RealSense SDK 2.0 has a tool called Convert that can convert .bag files to the above formats.
Convert Tool: https://github.com/IntelRealSense/librealsense/tree/master/tools/convert
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