Hello Help, how can i get the original Position of a char after i deskew a picture for recognition?


now i have solved it.

i use the function convertCoordinate. There i create 2 imagedoc object. The one i use it for Recognition... and the other one i use it for convertcoordinate. If you use a only a region on a imagedoc over imagemodification, there you cant use the convertcoordinate. That the reason that i have create 2 imagedoc.

asked 25 Jun '12, 20:51

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edited 04 Feb '13, 19:57

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Andrey Isaev ♦♦

This should be a separate question and you should provide more details.

(26 Jun '12, 12:23) Dmitry Me ♦♦

To get the original position of a character after you deskew a picture for recognition you can use the following algorithm:

  1. Get the position of a char on the deskewed image using the CharacterRegion object (see Help > Index > CharacterRegion).
  2. Use ConvertCoordinates method to convert the coordinates on the deskewed image to the coordinates on the original image (see the corresponding sample in our Knowledge Base).

I can also provide a sample code if you specify the programming language you use.


answered 05 Feb '13, 15:58

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Anastasia Ga... ♦♦

Hi Anastasia,

if you could post a C# sample that would be great - for some reason the link did not work for me.

We are using the FR10 SDK and exporting the output to XML BTW - is there a way to just get the affine transformation (shift/rotation applied) included in the XML file?




answered 07 Jun '14, 12:43

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