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OpenCV Installation on Ubuntu, macOS, Windows and Raspberry Pi

In this post we provide OpenCV Installation instructions on different Operating Systems. This post is regularly updated to include instructions for the latest version of OpenCV.

This post is divided into the following sections. Each section will have the link to the corresponding blog for installation of OpenCV 3.4.4 or OpenCV 4.0.0 on an Operating System. Jump to the appropriate section by clicking on the link below

  1. OpenCV Installation on Windows
  2. OpenCV Installation on Ubuntu 16.04
  3. OpenCV Installation on Ubuntu 18.04
  4. OpenCV Installation on Red Hat
  5. OpenCV Installation on CentOS 7
  6. OpenCV Installation on macOS
  7. OpenCV Installation on Raspberry Pi
  8. OpenCV Docker Image

1. OpenCV Installation on Windows

  1. Install OpenCV 4.0 on Windows.
  2. Install OpenCV 3.4.4 on Windows.
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2. OpenCV Installation on Ubuntu 16.04

  1. Install OpenCV 4.0 on Ubuntu 16.04.
  2. Install OpenCV 3.4.4 on Ubuntu 16.04.

3. OpenCV Installation on Ubuntu 18.04

  1. Install OpenCV 4.0 on Ubuntu 18.04.
  2. Install OpenCV 3.4.4 on Ubuntu 18.04.

4. OpenCV Installation on Red Hat

  1. Install OpenCV 4.0 on Red Hat.
  2. Install OpenCV 3.4.4 on Red Hat.

5. OpenCV Installation on CentOS 7

  1. Install OpenCV 4.0 on CentOS 7.
  2. Install OpenCV 3.4.4 on CentOS 7.

6. OpenCV Installation on macOS

  1. Install OpenCV 4.0 on macOS.
  2. Install OpenCV 3.4.4 on macOS.
  3. Install OpenCV using brew.

7. OpenCV Installation on Raspberry Pi

  1. Install OpenCV 4.0 on Raspberry Pi.
  2. Install OpenCV 3.4.4 on Raspberry Pi.

7. OpenCV Docker Image

  1. OpenCV 3.4.3, OpenCV 3.4.4 and OpenCV 4.0 Docker Image.

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