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Qt/OpenCV installation, configuration



  • Hi,

    I would like to do a project on image processing using Qt with pre_built OpenCV libraries. I'm using Windows 7 64-bit OS and I've been struggling to compile Qt with OpenCV for a while. Could someone please give a short explanation on how to configure these (what versions to use, what compiler, what paths to include in the system, how to include paths in the .pro file for pre-built OpenCV libraries).

    Thank You.


  • Lifetime Qt Champion

    Hi and welcome to devnet,

    There are already several threads on this topic on this forum, you should search for them.

    Basically:



  • Thank you for your answer SGaist,

    Right, so following your bulletpoints:

    *I've selected a compiler - VS2013

    • I've chosen OpenCV 2.4.13. There are vs11 and vs12 folders, which correspond to Visual Studio 2012 and Visual Studio 2013 respectively, so this version does support VS2013.

    • Finally, I've installed Qt 5.6.2 for Windows 64-bit VS 2013 version. However, when I try to run a sample program I get an error saying : Error while building/deploying project "..." (kit: Desktop Qt 5.6.2 MSVC2013 64bit) When executing "Make". So I go to Tools->Options->Build & Run ->Qt version and there is a red warning with exclamation mark saying "No compiler can produce code for this Qt version. Please define one or more compilers." Hence, I go to Compilers tab and I see that it is empty with no auto-detected compilers. I've tried to follow guidelines in Qt documentation file on how to add a compiler, but I can't figure out how to add MSVC2013 compiler specifically.

    How can I sort it out?

    Thank you.


  • Lifetime Qt Champion

    They should be auto-detected however there might be a catch with Visual Studio, at least with VS2015 you have to specifically select the C++ to be installed.

    Note you will also need to install the debugging tools. The debugger from Visual Studio is "internal".


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