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Setting up OpenCV

Setting up OpenCV: Windows Performance Toolkit: Detecting Memory Leaks
Setting up OpenCV: Windows Performance Toolkit: Detecting Memory Leaks

In order look at the source code and see the inner workings of the Image Blending OpenCV application you need to first set up the dependencies. Here you see how to use the included OpenCV_Dependencies folder which contains all of the libs and headers for OpenCV 2.4.13. You will see how the Visual Studio 2015 project points to these header and lib files inside the project properties. Most importantly, you are shown how to add the path to these lib dependencies to the system environment variable PATH. Adding these dependencies to your PATH environment variable is crucial, since the OpenCV application won't compile for you unless PATH is properly set.

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