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How do I use it? I have installed it already, but I did not
understand how to use the OCR function.
Thank you so much!
Em 26/10/2020 16:19, Brian Vogel
On Mon, Oct 26,
2020 at 02:49 PM, Daniel Damacena wrote:
As far as I know, it's not able to execute OCR. It
The only way an image PDF, where the image contains text, gets
converted to a text-base (or, more likely, image with separate
text layer) PDF is via OCR.
I've loved the OCR function of Tracker Software's PDF
XChange Viewer for years. The software is free, and it
supports a slew of
other languages besides English. Sadly, it's not accessible
for its main function of reading/viewing PDF files, but the OCR
process is accessible. A couple of my clients who were graduate
students found its capabilities as far as OCR goes extraordinary,
as do I. I know that OCR has improved radically over the course
of the last several decades, but so far it's the most accurate
I've found on some pretty crappy source image PDFs.
I need to look into whether there is a command line invocation for
the OCR function that would allow output to be redirected
conveniently for PDF XChange Viewer. I never bothered to look
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
It’s hard waking up and
realizing it’s not always black and white.