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I'm starting a project with OpenCV with ROS and i need to use xfeatures2d that is in opencv_contrib. I follow this instructions and modify my CMake File in this way:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-02 at 14:19
I found a solution in Github:
I finally managed to build the opencv4.5.4 library from source but now I'm facing errors that I'm unable to fix.
I'm using this medium article as my guide https://medium.com/analytics-vidhya/how-to-install-opencv-for-visual-studio-code-using-ubuntu-os-9398b2f32d53
When I try to execute a simple program that prints the version of opencv installed, it executes without errors....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-17 at 13:37
The error is not related to the image per se, its possibly an unitialized variable passed to a memory allocation routine.
what(): OpenCV(4.5.4-dev) /home/username/opencv/modules/core/src/alloc.cpp:73: error: (-4:Insufficient memory) Failed to allocate 112126257730176 bytes in function 'OutOfMemoryError'
Put a break point in alloc.cpp to figure out who is requesting
allocate 112126257730176 bytes
This question has been asked many times here. but I tried all the answers so far but nothing worked. this is the code I am trying to run....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-14 at 08:14
Basically as you said you tried installing opencv for c++ and after getting errors you came back... Try removing opencv completely from your system This resource may help. Afterwards install opencv using pip. You can install opencv in a virtual environment to keep both libraries aside. If you have such a usecase.
I am trying to install opencv-python on the Mac m1.
I have followed the instructions here:
However I am getting an error in a c++ library when running the make -j8 command:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-13 at 10:10
I think the error was in the CMakeLists.txt in the opencv repo.
I had to edit this file and set(CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD 14) to get it to work
I'm trying to install opencv on my centos 8 server to be used by java program. I followed the instructions here. after configuring opencv, I get the following result:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-18 at 09:37
You need to install ANT and add it to the system path, which is used when building Java wrapper, and also set the OpenCV build_shared_libs = OFF, otherwise, the Java wrapper will not work.
I have multiple png files and I'm trying to get the polygon contour coordinates. That is the simplified coordinates, only each outer corner (not a convex hull polygon).
The program that will do this at the moment is python and opencv. But another program is oke I did try to fix this using npm packages, imagemagick, potrace, Lua. It will be uses as a shell command in a 'build polygons from images' process.
This was the last test under python.
The problem now is the that some edges are 'not' correct in the example below.
I did the following steps
- Convert the alpha to black and white
- Trace the contour
- Get the coordinates
- The original png file contains black lines (keep them).
- Converted black and white image (you can't see the top line, because this website have a white background)
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-05 at 00:57
The points, lines, and curves in a vector graph may be scaled up or down to any resolution with no aliasing. As such you will not see the broken corners. Suppose the output is a vector graph in SVG format. The corners can be visualized nicely by converting each contour to an SVG polygon. You may refer to here for three choices to render the corners. I also add a function
add_pixel_fillers to adjust close enough points.
I installed OpenCV 4.1 following this https://www.pyimagesearch.com/2018/09/26/install-opencv-4-on-your-raspberry-pi/ on my Raspberry Pi 3B. I compiled OpenCV with these CMake flags:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-15 at 15:26
opencv_nonfree no longer exist in openCV 4.1. If you remove
target_link_libraries it should work.
FYI, they are now directly integrated into
modules/xfeatures2d/ from opencv_contrib. With your flag
OPENCV_ENABLE_NONFREE=ON they should be available.
I am trying to use the camera pose from opencv. So I'm following this series of tutorial which leads me to include these :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-23 at 19:09
This is happening because you've downloaded a version of the aruco module that is not compatible with your current version of the OpenCV library. The best way to solve it is to compile OpenCV specifying that you want to add the opencv_contrib libraries. To avoid problems let's use the same versions for OpenCV contrib and OpenCV: for example 4.3.0.
First, download OpenCV 4.3.0 source code.
Second, download OpenCV Contrib 4.3.0 source code.
If you have downloaded them as a ZIP, then unpack them into two different folders.
Then you will need CMake, download and configure it for Windows (Maybe this link could be helpful).
To compile OpenCV with OpenCV contrib you will need to use CMake with this command:
I'm using brew to build OpenCV with java support following this tutorial. After built successful I got the error
class file has wrong version 57.0, should be 52.0 when using. I'm using OpenJDK 8, how can I target the build to this version. Thank you.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-13 at 07:42
Found the answer, put the extra
-DOPENCV_JAVA_TARGET_VERSION=1.8 args to cmake in brew formula.
Ok, I needed opencv 4 installed on my mac, so I followed https://www.pyimagesearch.com/2018/08/17/install-opencv-4-on-macos/ and got opencv installed and the virtual environment
cv set up.
I'm running Python 3.7.3. Since setting this up, I am unable to install any packages due to SSL problems. Trying
pip install spell after
workon cv -
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-18 at 10:47
You may have both Python2.7 and Python3 on your system. Try
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