An rocr database contains a 'Recognition Point' (RP) map for each character, built by the User. Most character maps contain just 4 or 5 RPs, making it quick, reliable and efficient method of recovering text from images. You are not even restricted to recognizing normal character images – you may also use it to assign a code value to glyphs of rotated text, symbols, logos etc. and then simply process the glyph as a regular character.
|•||First create a sample PNG image of characters to be recognized, see Sampling.|
|•||Assign character codes to the glyphs in the sample image and set up their RP maps to create the database, see Training.|
|•||How to select RP pixels in the sample's glyphs to build an RP map: see Recognition Point maps.|
|•||How to process your document using the rocr database, export the recovered text as data-file and/or manipulate it using EscapeE and the evaluate plugin: see Process files.|
This plugin is not part of the standard EscapeE delivery but may be purchased from RedTitan.