dlib installation on Windows 10

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 I have the python app running great with OpenCV on Windows 10, but when I want to install dlib from the cmd it gives me the following error :

error: Cannot find cmake, ensure it is installed and in the path. You
can install cmake using the instructions at https://cmake.org/install/
You can also specify its path with --cmake parameter.
My command prompt error

Can someone please help me with this?

May 24 in Python by Kichu
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