I usually build OpenCV with the BUILD_opencv_world option which makes it quite easy to configure my Qt projects and work fast. But when it comes to deploying OpenCV powered applications, I still prefer to use the modular and default OpenCV build in order to deploy only the required DLLs and end up with a smaller installer file size.Continue reading “Configuring Qt for Windows Projects to Use OpenCV 4.1.0”
As simple as it sounds, most of the time it’s a hassle to add the required libraries to your Qt projects. You have to add the include path, the libraries and if you are aiming to have a cross-platform project, you need to account for Windows, macOS and Linux operating systems separately. Well, there are a couple a methods to simplify this a bit which I’ll describe in this tutorial.
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Here is what you need to add to your Qt qmake projects to be able to add and use OpenCV 3.4.1 default set of libraries. I usually add them into a separate *.pri file and include that in my *.pro files to avoid repetition, but that’s up to you. Well, here it is:Continue reading “Adding Required Includes and Libs for OpenCV 3.4.1 in qmake Projects”
Another note to myself which I hope will be useful for others searching it.
Add the following lines to your PRO file in Qt, or create a PRI file using the following and include that in your PRO file.Continue reading “OpenCV + Qt + Android, Adding Required Libraries and Includes”