Hello,

is there a way to know the text orientation of an image when calling to processImage method and getting the results in xml format?

In the documentation I saw that there's an attribute named "orientation" related to the "text" tag but it is optional and I can't find it in none of my xml result files.

Should I use the "correctOrientation" parameter when calling processImage to get information about the text orientation of the input image? How can I achieve it?

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asked 03 Oct '12, 14:18

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edited 03 Oct '12, 14:19


orientation is only written out if it differs from normal.

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answered 04 Oct '12, 14:54

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ok, thanks for the answer

(04 Oct '12, 15:04) rblasco

I want to ocr the MICR character and Bank detail from cheque image.I complete TextFieldSettings settings = new TextFieldSettings();
settings.setLanguage("E13B"); settings.setTextType("e13b"); for MICR recognition in one project and I complete TextFieldSettings settings = new TextFieldSettings();
settings.setLanguage("English"); settings.setTextType("OCRB"); for Bankdetail recognition in another project both works perfectly.But in integrate both in same project doesn't work.I use method like TextFieldSettings settings = new TextFieldSettings(); settings.setLanguage("E13B,English"); settings.setTextType("e13b,OCRB");.How can I work that?

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answered 19 Oct '12, 09:59

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