In this blog post, we'll walk you through the step-by-step process of installing CVAT on Windows 11.
Computer Vision Annotation Tool (CVAT) is a powerful tool that allows you to annotate and label images and videos for machine learning and computer vision tasks. By self-hosting CVAT on your Windows machine, you can enjoy the benefits of this software without relying on external hosting providers and keep all your data inside your private network.
Please note that we don't recommend using a Windows machine for production use cases when installing CVAT. While the Windows version of the self-hosted CVAT can be suitable for a small team, it's important to keep in mind that the CVAT team doesn't test this configuration. The primary platform for deployment is Linux.
Here's how to install CVAT on Windows:
We hope this guide has been helpful in assisting you with the CVAT installation process and you successfully installed CVAT on your machine. You can now start annotating and labeling images and videos for your machine learning and computer vision tasks.
For more detailed information, you can also refer to our documentation at https://opencv.github.io/cvat/docs/administration/basics/installation/.
Thank you for choosing CVAT, and happy annotating!
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