How to install OpenCV for Python 2.7?

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Hi, I am trying to install OpenCV and make it work on Windows 7. I download and installed it but it showed the following error:

"ImportError: No module named opencv"
Nov 14, 2018 in Python by ana1504.k
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The official OpenCV installer does not install the Python bindings into your Python directory. There should be a Python2.7 directory inside your OpenCV 2.2.0 installation directory. Try to Copy the whole Lib folder from OpenCV\Python2.7\ to C:\Python27\ and make sure your OpenCV\bin directory is in the Windows DLL search path.
answered Nov 14, 2018 by SDeb
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