We extracting text from scanned documents with parameters: language-english, profile-textExtraction, imageSource-scanner, correctSkew-true, exportFormat-pdf, pdf:writeTags-yes.

The quality of image to be processed is good.

The result is basically very good, but on some parts of a numbers we have some OCR errors. For example when on page we have 41,917.94 the result is -41/9V7.94, for me it is very strange result.

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I have sent just right now to the ocrsdk e-mail the files with errors for att. of Anastasia Galimova.

Can I have some feedback from ABBYY to resolve this problem?

Many thanks, Vitalie

asked 09 Sep '14, 23:07

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Please try to use profile=documentConversion.


answered 16 Sep '14, 18:29

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Oksana Serdyuk ♦♦

Strange, but Demo page shows correct results on numbers and just one mistake on text. Probably you shuld play arround with settings and chose most optimal ones.

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answered 10 Sep '14, 10:00

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Andrey Isaev ♦♦

Hello Adrey,

I tried demo page with the same settings (English, Text extraction, Scanner) it woks fine on first two strings, but also fails on the last two strings of numbers. Please see attached image. It is very-very strange for me. I think there is something to examine. How can I improve text extraction if even on the Demo page I have errors on ocr?

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(10 Sep '14, 10:53) Vitalie

Thank you, Vitalie, that's different story. Now, when we can reproduce this, support will investigate it.

(10 Sep '14, 11:15) Andrey Isaev ♦♦

Thank you, Andrey, I will waiting for the result of investigation.

(10 Sep '14, 11:24) Vitalie
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