I tried the conversion to text with this: http://cloud.ocrsdk.com/processImage?language=english&exportFormat=txt

the funny thing is the result produced is different.

When I code it to have the output into a .txt file & download it, I see more contents on it that if I have them output on the browser. any reason for that?

I am using the php sample from your site here.

asked 28 Aug '12, 08:16

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edited 01 Oct '12, 09:40

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There can some special text parts in output that control how text is rendered in web browser.

The recommended way to use the service is to save the recognition result to local file and manipulate it after.


answered 28 Aug '12, 11:46

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