OpenCV means Intel(R) Open Source Computer Vision Library. It is a collection of C functions and a few C++ classes that implement many popular Image Processing and Computer Vision algorithms. OpenCV provides cross-platform middle-to-high level API that includes about 300 C functions and a few C++ classes. Also there are Python bindings to OpenCV. OpenCV has no strict dependencies on external libraries, though it can use some (such as libjpeg, ffmpeg, GTK+ etc.) OpenCV provides transparent interface to Intel(R) Integrated Performance Primitives (IPP). That is, it loads automatically IPP libraries optimized for specific processor at runtime, if they are available.
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