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#1 Posted : Friday, August 18, 2017 3:31:30 PM(UTC)

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When recognizing images for OCR, LEADTOOLS does not use the original image as supplied, but instead makes some modifications to it in memory. This involves reducing the color space down to black and white and making the resolution uniform. Accessing this image can be useful in the event that image recognition is not as expected to determine what additional preprocessing may need to be performed prior to passin the image to the OCR engine.

Any IOcrPage object can have its underlying RasterImage object accessed via the GetRasterImage() method.
https://www.leadtools.com/help/leadtools/v19m/dh/fo/iocrpage-getrasterimage(ocrpagetype).html

The method accepts an enumeration which can be one of three values: Current, Processing, and Original.
Current -- An internal copy of the original image used to create the page.
Processing -- This is the processing image which is uniform in resolution and always black and white. Examining this image can assist in determining if additional preprocessing is necessary in development.
Original -- This is a reference to the original image in memory. This and Current are visually identical.

More information on this enumeration is available in our documentation.
https://www.leadtools.com/help/leadtools/v19m/dh/fo/ocrpagetype.html

Here's a quick code snippet on how the processing image can be accessed from an existing IOcrPage called ocrPage in memory.

Code:

RasterImage processingImage = ocrPage.GetRasterImage(OcrPageType.Processing);


Here's an example of an input image and processing image above and below.
File Attachment(s):
BankCheck.jpg (611kb) downloaded 69 time(s).

File Attachment(s):
BankCheck-pr.tif (569kb) downloaded 68 time(s).
Nick Crook
Developer Support Engineer
LEAD Technologies, Inc.
nick@leadtools.com
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