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Not Revolutionary

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on September 29, 2006 10:35 AM
Hardly a quantum leap forward; it only works with a limited color depth and resolution in a specific image format, and is limited to the EASY set of linguistic glyphs.

Wow. How revolutionary.

I think I'll go back to my default OCR engine, which may produce occasional errors but which works with all color depths, multiple resolutions, any image format, and the full set of linguistic glyphs for multiple languages.


Return to Google's Tesseract OCR engine is a quantum leap forward