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Although the steps I've outlined below might seem trivial, there are a number of conflicting sources on how to access the video feed from the Raspberry Pi B+ using OpenCV, many of which ''do not work''.  The following guide is designed to help you quickly and efficiently work recording video into your project.
  
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==Step 1: Import OpenCV into your Python File
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Assuming that you've successfully installed OpenCV on your Raspberry Pi B+, you need to include <code>import cv2</code><br>
  
  

Revision as of 00:23, 4 May 2016

Although the steps I've outlined below might seem trivial, there are a number of conflicting sources on how to access the video feed from the Raspberry Pi B+ using OpenCV, many of which do not work. The following guide is designed to help you quickly and efficiently work recording video into your project.

==Step 1: Import OpenCV into your Python File Assuming that you've successfully installed OpenCV on your Raspberry Pi B+, you need to include import cv2