How to Install OpenCV on Ubuntu 20.04

openCv is used for the object detection. It is an open-source computer vision library with bindings for C++, Python, and Java and supports all major operating systems. It can take advantage of multi-core processing and features GPU acceleration for real-time operation.

It is mostly used in the computer vision filed.

Installing OpenCV from the Ubuntu official Repository

Step 1: To install it use the following command

sudo apt update
sudo apt install libopencv-dev python3-opencv

Step 2: Now setup is complete. Use the following to verify it is install on your machine use the following command

python3 -c "import cv2; print(cv2.version)"

output: 4.3.0

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