Summary: Saving a Page as MRC or PDF

A scenario for using the above functions in order to save a page as MRC or PDF is as follows:

  1. Start up the segmentation process by calling LSegment::MrcStartBitmapSegmentation.

  2. Segment the page by calling LSegment::MrcSegmentBitmap.

  3. Change some properties of the segments by calling LSegment::MrcSetSegmentData and LSegment::MrcEnumSegments.

  4. Delete some segments by calling LSegment::MrcDeleteSegment and LSegment::MrcEnumSegments.

  5. Combine segments by calling LSegment::MrcCombineSegments and LSegment::MrcEnumSegments.

  6. Copy the segmentation handle and data to another handle by calling LSegment::MrcCopySegmentationHandle.

  7. Call LSegment::MrcSaveSegmentation to save the resulting segments to a file. To load segments that have bee saved to a file, call LSegment::MrcLoadSegmentation.

  8. Call LSegment::MrcSaveBitmapT44 to save the page as a Standard T44 file OR Call LSegment::MrcSaveBitmap to save the page using LEAD Proprietary T44 Format.

  9. Call LSegment::MrcSaveBitmapList to save a multi page file using Standard T44 format, LEAD Proprietary T44 format or PDF format.

  10. End the segmentation process by calling LSegment::MrcStopBitmapSegmentation.

The functionality provided by this module can be broken into the following categories:

  1. Start up and end the segmentation process:

  2. Automatic segmentation of a page:

  3. Manual segmentation of a page:

  4. Manipulating segments:

  5. Saving a page as MRC or PDF:

  6. Saving multiple pages as MRC or PDF:

  7. Loading an MRC file:

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