Hi, I need to recognize a text from id card. I know the structure of the card: leading symbols of each line, line height, space between lines. Can I use this information in recognition?

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asked 17 Sep '14, 17:03

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Hi, to recognize driver licenses you can use field-level recognition (in this case text coordinates are specified directly), especially if you know information about the structure of the card.

For more details for Cloud OCR SDK please see this page, for FineReader Engine 11, please see Help → Guided Tour → Basic Usage Scenarios Implementation → Field-Level Recognition.


answered 18 Sep '14, 15:17

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How can I specify text coordinates in FineReader Engine 11?

(18 Sep '14, 15:54) kirill
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