When I submit a document with horizontally and vertically oriented text (very usual in invoices), the OCR results seem to be incorrect (it only returns the vertically oriented text), is that right or am I doing something wrong?

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asked 19 Mar '12, 12:14

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edited 19 Mar '12, 12:17

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Hi there! Please provide the document that is being processed incorrectly to cloudocrsdkbeta@abbyy.com so we could analize your case. Thanks!

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answered 19 Mar '12, 13:30

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Hi again, we've made up a two new options, imageSource and correctOrientation, the first one allows to turn off some image preprocessing options, the second one restricts auto-detect image orientation. We'll update documentation section shortly, but you can already use &imageSource=scanner&correctOrientation=false in your processImage, processDocument or processBusinessCard calls. Please let us know if you've worked it out!

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answered 29 Mar '12, 16:58

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Hi Nikolay, I made a fast test yesterday, still have the same problem with the sample doc I send to you a few days ago but with another one containing vertically and horizontally oriented text the results where perfect. Maybe I should try with different parameter values or make some kind of preprocess before sending the ocr request to Abbyy. I will test it more exhaustively in the next days and let you know the results, thanks for your effort

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