OCRKit uses OCR to recognize the text in a graphic, which is particular useful for PDFs received via email, created by DTP, office applications, or images obtained from a scanner, copier, or digital still camera.
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
|Implementation||C++ Objective C|
Release Notes: This release adds support for scripting via commandline arguments, improves processing certain PDF details, as well as OCR accuracy and retaining more filesystem-level metadata, and includes a 64-bit OCR kernel for improved performance.
Release Notes: This release improves recognition accuracy, multi-core performance, and PDF compression, and adds minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the first major update, with improved performance on many core systems, improved highly compressed PDFs, and improved recognition accuracy and stability.
Release Notes: Vastly improved performance on multi-core Macs. This version can easily take advantage of 8 or more CPU cores while processing huge PDF or TIFF files. Improved recognition accuracy and PDF compression.
Release Notes: This release improves OCR recognition accuracy, speed, and stability, revises text positioning precision in the PDF, PDF compression, stability, and usability, and adds various other improvements and fixes.