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ABBYY launches new OCR Utility for Linux

15 Mar 2010 | | 2 Comments

ABBYY Europe, a provider of document recognition technologies, launched its ABBYY FineReader Engine 8.0 CLI for Linux, a command line interface utility for integration of ABBYY’s Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and PDF conversion technologies within Linux environments.

The new utility will enable fast access to the automated text recognition and conversion process on Linux environments while offering high quality conversion of scans, PDFs and images into editable and searchable formats. The utility delivers the output in various formats including RTF, HTML or PDF. The solution accurately reproduces text and also maintains the layout and formatting of the documents.

The command line interface for ABBYY FineReader Engine 8.0 CLI for Linux will allow the developers to use and integrate the OCR functionalities into a variety of desktop-based and server-based solutions.

The news release can be read at http://newsblaze.com/story/2010031505213100001.we/topstory.html

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  • pergelater said:

    Though not as good as commercial softwares, some online OCR services are not bad, for example, site free ocr.

  • Jackson said:

    If you are today looking for an OCR tool compatible with any platforms like Windows, Linux and Mac, a site that can do OCR for you online may attract you: goodocr.com. The result looks promising to me (English only).

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