minutemail

Single DLL file for OCR

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Hi

my friend and I have been working on a little project.

problem is we need to use OCR.

we exhausted google only finding about programs that require installation (such as tesseract).

we are looking for a small DLL file that handles OCR for English and digits - that doesn't require installation and isn't heavy

any help will be appreciated!

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Tesseract has a stand alone .exe for that if I recall, used with command line.

I have no idea where to find it.

a single exe or dll file would be awesome

I only need to recognize English and single-digit numbers

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Edited by AndyG

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Wow okay. I have been working on that for 2 hours.

but I cant get those OCRs to work.

an explanation what each file does would be helpful though.

The example literally doesn't work - the result comes back empty...

Edit: put the tessdata in the correct place

now It detects the example image but FC on any other image

its even FCing on a copy of the example file. I have no idea why

Edited by minutemail

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FileCopy[ing] perhaps?


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"FC" "FCing" ?

FileCopy[ing] perhaps?

Oops, meant force closing (not responding)

its working for now, detects everything I throw at it

Thanks!

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