SDK for C++? also acrobat has a 'font drawing' engine...for CID type fonts, could we pass the rendering returned from that engine on to Abby and get an ascii value back?

asked 09 Apr '13, 18:55

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There is no doubt such a powerful language as C++ can be used to work with ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK. However, C++ standard does not include high level libraries to work with HTTP, so you will need to use some third party library. For this very reason we do not have C++ sample code available.

You can pass any image to OCR as long it is encoded in one of supported image formats.

UPD: ABBYY also offers offline OCR SDK for Windows so you can contact regional sales office to request trial.

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answered 09 Apr '13, 19:46

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edited 10 Apr '13, 11:02

Hello...somehow I've ended up in the 'Cloud' area...don't want that ...I want to be able to make calls from an Acrobat sdk plugin in C++ on desktop...is possible? how do I download the sdk if possible? thank you

(09 Apr '13, 19:51) freemanbobj
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