Thursday, April 19, 2012

How to convert image text into a text file

Hello guys, a little back we reviewed website for you through which we can convert our images(containing text) to plain simple text which was very useful. Today we bring you the new desktop application which performs the same task. The favorable thing about this application is you don't need internet to do the task.

If your aren’t familiar with the term OCR (Optical Character Recognition), it is a technique to convert scanned images or printed text into machine-encoded text. It is quite useful if you occasionally need to rewrite scanned text documents and use them in emails, drafts, reports etc. The application recognizes images with great accuracy, and supports all the major image formats, including JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, TIFF, EMF, PCX and so on. Moreover, it has the ability to import images from any local location, and fetch scanned images directly from the scanner.

 As stated earlier, the application can recognize images with great accuracy, no matter whether the image is a plain text document or a rich text document with images. The tool offers an elegant UI design, containing a total of three tabs namely Home, Help, and Image.  All you need is to click Open (either on shortcut menu or under Home or Image tab) to select your source file. You can also use any document from your scanner device by clicking Scan. Either way, your image will appear in the preview section. Now, select either whole or just part of the image that you want to send to OCR processing. The application automatically reads the pixels containing textual information within the selected area.




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