OCROnline: Recognizes Text in Pictures & Converts into PDF, Doc, RTF & Txt Format

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Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology automatically recognizes  text in pictures and converts it to a text file we can work with – preserving the layout. This can help us a great deal in storing and editing physical documents on our computers.

If you are looking for an efficient OCR tool to with multilanguage support, pay “OCROnline” a visit.

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OCR Online is a free to use website which can detect the text in images and convert the text into an editable text file; this procedure is supported for more than 150 languages. The number of compatible input image formats is impressive: JPEG, PNG, BMP, and TIFF.

Your output text can be achieved in four formats: a simple Word file (DOC), a portable document format (PDF), Rich Text Format (RTF), or a simple text file (TXT). You can upload more than one file at a time to execute batch-OCR operations (each IP address can execute at most, 100 operations per day).

To achieve the best results on the site, it is recommended that you scan the documents at a resolution of 300 dpi and save the image file at a high image quality (at least 60%) if you save to the JPG format.

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Check out OCR Online @ www.ocronline.com

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