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ABBYY FineReader 10- The Next Level OCR Software

30 December 2009 24,159 views 6 Comments

 

Text recognition is now taken to the next level by ABBYY with its brand new product ABBYY FineReader 10. ABBYY is a well known provider of data capturing, document and language recognition. This is the latest version of the OCR (optical character recognition) application of professional level. This extra intelligent software simplifies your work by helping you in creating amendable and searchable electronic files. You can perform this by using PDFs, scanned documents and digital photographs. With the help of this powerful software you can easily reveal data into documents and images. These documents and mages can be further transformed into simple and controllable form. This Fine Reader helps you out in recognizing documents page wise, no matter if the document is complex and multi-page.

This software is based on the new generation of Adaptive Document Recognition Technology (ADRT). By using this technology, FineReader 10 analyses the multi-page, complex documents as the single entity. It has third generation Camera Optical Character Recognition which can read photos clicked with phones easily. It has flexible HTML and saves the E books to the HTML chapters. In this version, Page Layout Analysis is further improved. Two new languages, Korean and Yiddish, for recognition purpose are also featured in this new version.

    Some other main features of this FineReader 10 are given below:

  • 1. OCR Accuracy and format retention is outstanding.
  • 2. Language support is comprehensive.
  • 3. Barcode Recognition can also be done.
  • 4. High Speed Multicore Processing is featured.
  • 5. ABBYY screenshot reader is the bonus application in this.
  • 6. The usability is enhanced with Interface revisions and new quick tasks.
    The ABBYY FineReader 10 is coming in different editions-

  • 1. ABBYY FineReader 10 Professional /edition
  • 2. ABBYY FineReader 10 Corporate Edition
  • 3. ABBYY FineReader 10 Site License Edition.
  • You can choose any according to your need and purpose.

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6 Comments »

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  • Franking Machine said:

    I have used it and it is very user friendly.A new user to FineReader will be welcomed by the easy-to-use interface. Though the automatic OCR process is almost 90 percent precise, manual intervention is needed in certain cases; for example, places where a photo, artwork or table overlaps text in a certain area need to be corrected for better accuracy. We threw a few saved images, PDF documents and a few more images using a camera at it.

  • Dies of Flat Die Pellet Mill said:

    Though the automatic OCR process is almost 90 percent precise, manual intervention is needed in certain cases; for example, places where a photo, artwork or table overlaps text in a certain area need to be corrected for better accuracy. We threw a few saved images

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    Two new languages, Korean and Yiddish, for recognition purpose are also featured in this new version.

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