Recognizing text in image files doesnt take a whole lot these days: just load the source image into an OCR application, do a couple of mouse clicks, and voila — what was a picture just a moment ago is now a readable, searchable and editable text.
Easy enough if youve got just a couple of images to be «converted». But how are you going to handle a whole bunch of images that are to be character-recognized?
Just as easy — with the help of Tiff to Text. The software was designed specifically to perform the «bulk» Optical Character Recognition. Its extremely easy to install and operate: simply point where the source files are and «tell» the program what needs to be done. By default, the program simply «converts» source TIFF image files with text to plain-text files and puts them in a specified target folder. But you can have it do a bit different — or a bit more: include TIFF images found in subfolders of the source folder, preserve the original folder structure in the output folder or delete original TIFF images upon the completion. A set of options for advanced users wont leave you unsatisfied. And the status display will let you see the real-time picture of whats taking place in the program at any given moment.
Batch TIFF Resizer 3.00 Batch TIFF Resizer is a specialized tool which converts, resize, add caption, reorder, extract TIFF, PDF, PNG, JPEG, JPEG 2000 and BMP and vice versa. It works with single and
Tiff to Text III 4.0 A software utility that allows batch processing the user to duplicate a file folder structure of Tif images into one that contains text searchable tifs, PDF files and text files
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