I have a F455 I am using on Windows 10.
I am able to use "RealSense Viewer" v2.50.0 to create a .bag file. If I then apply rs-convert.exe to that .bag file I am able to extract a set of PNG files which show the scene in front of the camera (strange colours but you recognise the picture).
I have written a C# console program to attempt to interact with the camera but when I run it I get an exception System.Exception: No device connected.
When I use Device Manager to inspect the Camera the 'Driver Provider' is shown as 'Microsoft' so I'm guessing the camera isn't using the correct driver.
I have now downloaded RealsenseID v0.25. as I understand from an earlier question that this is how you obtain the Windows Driver for F455.
I now want to use the driver. This section of the README seems to suggest that I have to build the driver myself.
I have done that and the output seems to suggest that everything went well but I don't have a file I would recognise as a driver so I would appreciate knowing if I've interpreted the README correctly. Is this how you obtain a Windows 10 driver for a F455 ? And is there no other way of obtaining it ?
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