Frog – Extract Text From Image Video QR Code

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  • Post last modified:June 7, 2022
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Frog is a free and open source OCR software for Linux gnome. It is written in Python and released under MIT License. Using Frog you can extract and copy any text from Video, Website, Image, PDF and QR code. Open Frog and take screenshot of any and convert into text. Currently it supports more than 100 languages, orientation and script detection, math and equation detection and keyboard shortcuts. you can also try textsnatcher app to extract text.

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TextSnatcher Copy Any Text from Image on Linux

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TextSnatcher is a free and open source OCR application for Linux. Using TextSnatcher you can copy any text from image, pdf, website, videos and save in your clipboard. Actually it takes the screenshot of the website, video and pdf and converts to text. It is based on popular Tesseract OCR Engine. Currently it supports English, Thai, Tamil, Japanese, Hindi, Arabic, Russian, French, Chinese(Simplified), Spanish languages. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0.

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OCRFeeder – Optical Character Recognition Application

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  • Post last modified:July 30, 2021
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OCRFeeder is a free and open source optical character recognition and document layout analysis application for Linux. You can add images and pdf files for character recognition and export your content in ODT, HTML, PDF and plain text. It comes with four build-in OCR engines, Tesseract, GOCR, Ocrad and Cuneiform. It is released under open source GPL-3.0+ license. Some other features are spellchecker, unpaper, import image from scanner and image deskewer.

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How to turn a Scanned pdf into a text searchable pdf in Ubuntu – Install OCRmyPDF on Ubuntu

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OCRmyPDF is a free and open source OCR (Optical character recognition) application for Linux. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0 and written in python. It adds an OCR text layer to your scanned PDF files and it allows you to search the pdf text and you can also copy paste the text. Using OCRmyPDF you can convert scanned pdf to a text searchable pdf. Some of its features are Keeping the exact resolution original images in output and validates input and output pdf files. It Uses Tesseract OCR engine to recognize the pdf languages. It support more than 100 languages.

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Capture2Text

Capture2Text is free software to snapshot a small portion of the screen, OCR it and (by default) save the result to the clipboard.And Using speech recognition the user can speak into their microphone and Capture2Text will convert the speech to text.

Main features:

Press the OCR capture key (default: Windows Key + Q) to start the capture.
Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish are installed.
Press the speech capture key (default: Windows Key + A) to start the capture.
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Free OCR (Optical Character Recognition)

Free-OCR http://www.free-ocr.com/ is a free online OCR tool.This site helps to extract text from image.No registration necessary to use this service and completely free.Free-OCR supports JPG, GIF, TIFF BMP or PDF file formats and Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese languages.
Images must not be larger than 2MB, no wider or higher than 5000 pixels and 10 image uploads per hour.
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