[orca-list] MISTAKEN IN LINUX-INTELLIGENT-OCR-SOLUTION LINK GIVEN IN THE EARLIER MAIL
janina at rednote.net
Tue Jan 3 16:50:32 UTC 2012
sathayn linux writes:
> *Dear list,
> We are extremely sorry that the link for downloading
> LINUX-INTELLIGENT-OCR-SOLUTION is mistaken the exact link is as follows
And the source code?
> We easy-ocr development team is here with the new year gift for the
> community. We have released lios linux intelligent ocr solution today. It
> is now written in python and can be easily installed in all the vinux
> versions. We have tried our maximum to make it a perfect edition. still due
> to limited resource and man power, you may find some drawbacks. please
> report it immediately. feedback is the key to further development..
> 1 Single scan & Repeated Scanning,
> 2 Scan images from folder or Pdf,
> 3 Full GUI environment,
> 4 Brightness optimizer,
> 5 Audio converter,
> 6 Easily Accessible Preference Window,
> 7 5 OCR Engines (OCROPUS,CUNEIFORM,TESSERACT,GOCR,OCRAD),
> 8 Good text manipulation with Find, Go-To-Page, Append file, Punch File.
> 9 Low vision support in the tools menu,
> 10 Dictionary Support for english(Artha)
> 11 And more features are in the preferences.
> How to start using lios.
> Download deb file from here
> it and install
> after installing the software open lios in graphics menu. press control p
> to go to preferences. now you can set the following options.
> 1 Number of pages to be scanned at a stretch (For repeated scanning),
> 2 Time between repeated scanning,
> 3 Scan Resolution,
> 4 Scan brightness or threshold,
> 5 Language,
> 6 Engine,
> 7 Starting page number,
> 8 Page numbering mode,
> 9 Mode of Rotation,
> 10 Scan Area.
> then after Applying the settings.
> press control f9 to start repeated scanning or f9 to start single scan.
> Now you can press add button to listen with orca screen reader as usual.
> We have given facility to produce text from PDF PNG pnm JPG JPEG TIF tiff
> also we can convert text in to audio files using audio converter in tools
> expecting your feedback. nalin4linux77 at gmail.com and sath.linux at gmail.com
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> The manual is at http://library.gnome.org/users/gnome-access-guide/nightly/ats-2.html
> The FAQ is at http://live.gnome.org/Orca/FrequentlyAskedQuestions
> Log bugs and feature requests at http://bugzilla.gnome.org
> Find out how to help at http://live.gnome.org/Orca/HowCanIHelp
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