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Python ImportError: No module named Image

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Recently, I have been studying OpenCV to detect and recognize faces using C++. In order to execute source code demonstration from the OpenCV website I need to run Python to crop image first. Unfortunately, the message error is ImportError: No module named Image when I run the Python script ( this script is provided by OpenCV website). I installed python-2.7.amd64 and downloaded PIL-1.1.7.win32-py2.7 to install Image library. However, the message error is Python version 2.7 required, which was not found in the registry. And then, I downloaded the script written by Joakim Löw for Secret Labs AB / PythonWare to register registry in my computer. But the message error is "Unable to register. You probably have the another Python installation".

Please help

posted Sep 12, 2013 by Bob Wise

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One is a 32 bit installer, the other is a 64 bit installer. They don't look at the same place in the Registry. Try to have them both the same (both 32 for example).

Also, it'd be useful to put exactly what you've done to make it reproducible to some extent, and to post the names of the files you used (like the script you used. I can Google the guy's name, but he might have written dozens of things, so .. which one).

answer Sep 13, 2013 by Mandeep Sehgal
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