How to Install OpenCV in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS for C / C++






In this post we will see How to Install OpenCV in Ubuntu for C/C++
OpenCV is an image processing library created by Intel and later supported by Willow Garage and now maintained by Itseez. OpenCV means Intel® Open Source Computer Vision Library. It is a collection of C functions and a few C++ classes that implement some popular Image Processing and Computer Vision algorithms. OpenCV is Available on Mac, Windows, Linux (Terminal environment).

Step 1 – Updating Ubuntu

Step 2 – Install dependencies

Step 3 –  Get OpenCV

Step 4 – build and install OpenCV

Now to check if OpenCV is installed on a machine, run the following commands

We will get the opencv version installed
in this case it’s 3.2.x

Create a C++ program

Follow the commands

The above command will create a folder called cpp_test and create a main.cpp file inside it
Now place any .jpeg image inside the cpp_test folder.
So Now your cpp_test folder will contain two files as follows
.
├── sample.jpeg
└── main.cpp

Now open the main.cpp and add the following code

Now compile your code with the following command

Now run the C++ program with the following command

press ESC to exit


Video instruction – How to Install OpenCV in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS for C / C++


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