How does ABBYY recognize an image as a sample image that is free for recognition? Is it based on the image file name or internal binary data? Basically, can I rename one of the sample images and use the new (more convenient to understand) file name and still ABBYY will be able to process them for free?

asked 24 Jun '15, 11:49

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If you rename any of our Sample Images and process it using Cloud OCR SDK, recognition of this image will not be charged. Sample Images are free to recognize as many times as needed.

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answered 26 Jun '15, 14:16

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