You must take a detour from the standard process to build opencv-python in an unoptimized debug build. Using pip, install the scikit-build and numpy packages. python setup.py bdist wheel —build-type=Debug is the command to use. With pip, install the created wheel file in the dist/ folder. install dist/wheelname.
Go to your system's terminal.
Type python3 and push enter to open the Python shell. You'll be in the Python shell, where you'll be able to run your Python code.
Import the cv2 package, which is the OpenCV module's name. Enter "import cv2" into the search box.
To install OpenCV, you'll need Python and PIP already installed on your computer.
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