Tag Archives: OCR

Use LEADTOOLS OCR to Store Text from Screenshots to the Clipboard

Continuing off of my previous blog post about using LEADTOOLS OCR to save screenshots as searchable PDFs, this post demonstrates how to extract the text from those screenshots and store it back into your clipboard as plain text. Like I … Continue reading

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Perform a Word Search in Directories of Images and Documents

Continuing off our last white paper about end-to-end eDiscovery with LEADTOOLS Document Imaging, this post will go over a .NET Core console application that performs OCR on each PDF from a given directory while searching for a given word in … Continue reading

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End-to-End eDiscovery with LEADTOOLS Document Imaging

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and eDiscovery aren’t necessarily all that new, but it’s becoming increasingly important to implement due to the continuing transition into a digital age. Businesses, especially large corporations, have a massive amount of electronically stored information (ESI) … Continue reading

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Adjusting Image Tones to Improve OCR Results

Tonal range is an important attribute of an image, especially photographs, when trying to improve OCR results. Tonal range is the range of tones between the lightest and darkest areas of an image and is also known as contrast. An … Continue reading

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Solution to 4 Common First-world Problems – Convert and Merge to PDF

This past weekend, I was very fortunate compared to so many people that recently faced and are still having to deal with Hurricane Florence. At home, the power is out, but there is no major damage. I am fortunate. Since … Continue reading

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