PDF OCR is a simple drag-and-drop utility that converts PDFs and images into text documents. It uses advanced OCR (optical character recognition) technology to extract the text of the PDF or image. This is particularly useful for dealing with PDFs and images that were created via a scan-to-PDF function in a scanner or photo copier. It uses the Tesseract engine to perform OCR, and currently supports over 20 languages for OCR.
|Tags||OCR pdf to text optical character recognition|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release fixes an issue which caused files with non-Latin characters in their filenames to fail to convert.
Release Notes: Improved compatibility with OS X 10.5.
Release Notes: This release adds improved support for rotated PDFs. It also fixes a bug that caused crashing in OS X 10.5.
Release Notes: This release fixes handling of some cropped PDFs.
Release Notes: This release fixes a compatibility issue with Leopard (10.5.x) that was introduced in the 1.9.27 release.