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OpenCV 4.7 was released today as the latest version of this popular open source computer vision library.
The 20-year-old OpenCV library for computer vision, first started by Intel, continues to make great strides. OpenCV 4.7 brings a new ONNX layer, significant performance improvements for convolution with DNN codes, OpenVINO 2022.1 support, QR code detection and decoding quality improvements, FFmpeg 5.x support, NVIDIA CUDA 12.0 support, homebrew Brings SIMD acceleration of libjpeg-turbo. Libraries, H.264/H.265 support in Android, Huawei CANN backend support in the DNN module, and faster convolution processing inside the DNN module.
To download or learn more about the OpenCV 4.7 release, visit GitHub and OpenCV.org.